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Glossary of VSA attributes

This Glossary alphabetically lists all attributes used in the VSAv20190524 database(s) held in the VSA. If you would like to have more information about the schema tables please use the VSAv20190524 Schema Browser (other Browser versions).
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NameSchema TableDatabaseDescriptionTypeLengthUnitDefault ValueUnified Content Descriptor
a twomass_psc TWOMASS Catalog identifier of an optical source from either the Tycho 2 or USNO-A2.0 catalog that falls within ~5" of the TWOMASS source position. varchar 1     meta.id
A1 mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Asymmetry index (background corrected) alpha=1 real 4   99.99  
A2 mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Asymmetry index (background corrected) alpha=2 real 4   99.99  
A3 mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Asymmetry index (background corrected) alpha=3 real 4   99.99  
A4 mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Asymmetry index (background corrected) alpha=4 real 4   99.99  
A_B twomass SIXDF minor/major axis ratio fit to 3-sig. super-coadd isophote real 4      
a_g_percentile_lower gaia_source GAIADR2 Lower uncertainty on A_G real 4 mag   phys.absorption.gal;stat.min
a_g_percentile_upper gaia_source GAIADR2 Upper uncertainty on A_G real 4 mag   phys.absorption.gal;stat.max
a_g_val gaia_source GAIADR2 Line-of-sight extinction in the G band, A_G real 4 mag   phys.absorption.gal
A_IMAGE mgcDetection MGC Flux rms along major axis real 4 pixel    
A_V target SIXDF Schlegel V extinction real 4      
abbe phot_variable_time_series_g_fov_statistical_parameters GAIADR1 Abbe value of the G-band time series values float 8     stat.value
ABEMMA spectra SIXDF redshift type: abs=1,emi=2,man=3 int 4      
abMagLim MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGLIM} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abMagLim ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC 5-sigma limiting AB magnitude for point sources real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
ABS_CSB_BULGE mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Central Surface Brightness of Bulge real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_CSB_DISK mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Central Surface Brightness of Disk real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_ESB_BULGE mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Effective Surface Brightness of Bulge real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_ESB_DISK mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Effective Surface Brightness of Disk real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_HLRSB_BULG mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Surface Brightness at Re real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_HLRSB_DISK mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Absolute Surface Brightness at 1.678alpha real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
ABS_MAG_GIM2D mgcGalaxyStruct MGC GIM2D B Absolute Disk mag, dust and K & E-corrected real 4 Vega mag 99.99  
ABS_MAG_GIM2DB mgcGalaxyStruct MGC GIM2D B Absolute mag, dust and K & E-corrected real 4 Vega mag 99.99  
ABS_MAG_GIM2DD mgcGalaxyStruct MGC GIM2D B Absolute Bulge mag, dust and K & E-corrected real 4 Vega mag 99.99  
ABS_SB_B mgcGalaxyStruct MGC MGC B Absolute KRON SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 Vega mag -99.000  
ABS_SB_g mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS g Absolute PET SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
ABS_SB_i mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS i Absolute PET SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
ABS_SB_r mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS r Absolute PET SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
ABS_SB_u mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS u Absolute PET SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
ABS_SB_z mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS z Absolute PET SB, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) {catalogue extension keyword:  ABMAGSAT} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
abSatMag ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Saturation limit for point sources (AB magnitude) real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
absMagPsf_g mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS g Absolute PSF mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPsf_i mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS i Absolute PSF mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPsf_r mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS r Absolute PSF mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPsf_u mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS u Absolute PSF mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPsf_z mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS z Absolute PSF mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPt_B mgcGalaxyStruct MGC MGC B Absolute KRON mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 Vega mag -99.000  
absMagPt_g mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS g Absolute PET mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPt_i mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS i Absolute PET mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPt_r mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS r Absolute PET mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPt_u mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS u Absolute PET mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
absMagPt_z mgcGalaxyStruct MGC SDSS z Absolute PET mag, dust K & E-corrected real 4 AB mag -99.000  
ACTMJD_R spectra SIXDF the time the field was actually configured float 8 Julian days    
ACTMJD_V spectra SIXDF the time the field was actually configured float 8 Julian days    
addSurveyList RequiredMatchedApertureProduct ULTRAVISTADR4 List of external surveys that are included in the matched aperture tables varchar 256   NONE  
addSurveyList RequiredMatchedApertureProduct VVVDR5 List of external surveys that are included in the matched aperture tables varchar 256   NONE  
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme ULTRAVISTADR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR1 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR2 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR3 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR5 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSDR6 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20120926 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20130417 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20150108 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20160114 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20160507 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20170630 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VHSv20180419 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEODR2 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEODR3 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEODR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEODR5 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEOv20100513 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIDEOv20111208 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGDR2 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGDR3 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGDR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGDR5 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20110714 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20111019 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20130417 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20150421 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20151230 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20160406 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20161202 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VIKINGv20170715 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCDR1 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCDR3 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCDR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20110816 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20110909 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20120126 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20121128 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20130304 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20130805 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20140428 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20140903 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20150309 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20151218 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20160311 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20160822 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20170109 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20170411 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20171101 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20180702 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VMCv20181120 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VSAQC The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVDR1 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVDR2 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVDR4 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVDR5 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVv20100531 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
adjacentFrameTolerance Programme VVVv20110718 The match tolerance for adjacent frames in the survey real 4 Degrees   ??
aebv Filter VHSDR1 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSDR2 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSDR3 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSDR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSDR5 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSDR6 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20120926 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20130417 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20150108 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20160114 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20160507 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20170630 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VHSv20180419 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEODR2 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEODR3 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEODR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEODR5 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEOv20100513 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIDEOv20111208 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGDR2 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGDR3 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGDR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGDR5 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20110714 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20111019 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20130417 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20150421 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20151230 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20160406 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20161202 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VIKINGv20170715 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCDR1 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCDR3 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCDR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20110816 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20110909 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20120126 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20121128 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20130304 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20130805 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20140428 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20140903 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20150309 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20151218 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20160311 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20160822 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20170109 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20170411 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20171101 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20180702 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VMCv20181120 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VSAQC The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVDR1 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVDR2 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVDR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVDR5 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVv20100531 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter VVVv20110718 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aebv Filter, FilterSections ULTRAVISTADR4 The constant to multiply the Schlegel map E(B-V) by to get the total galactic extinction. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aEBVCard FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT The constant to multiply the E(B-V) value by to get the extinction in the Cardelli et al. (1989) system. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aEHKsCard FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT The constant to multiply the E(H-Ks) value by to get the extinction in the Cardelli et al. (1989) system. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aEHKsNish FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT The constant to multiply the E(H-Ks) value by to get the extinction in the Nishiyama et al. (2009) system. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aEJKsCard FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT The constant to multiply the E(J-Ks) value by to get the extinction in the Cardelli et al. (1989) system. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aEJKsNish FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT The constant to multiply the E(J-Ks) value by to get the extinction in the Nishiyama et al. (2009) system. real 4   -0.9999995e9  
aH ultravistaSource, ultravistaSourceRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSDR1 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vhsSource VHSDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vhsSource VHSDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSDR6 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20120926 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20140409 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20150108 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20160114 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20160507 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20170630 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vhsSource VHSv20180419 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH videoSource VIDEODR2 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH videoSource VIDEODR3 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH videoSource VIDEODR4 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH videoSource VIDEODR5 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH videoSource VIDEOv20100513 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH videoSource VIDEOv20111208 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vikingSource VIKINGDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vikingSource VIKINGDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20110714 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20111019 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20140402 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20150421 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20151230 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20160406 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20161202 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingSource VIKINGv20170715 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aH vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 The galactic extinction correction in the H band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
air_temp twomass_scn TWOMASS Air temperature at beginning of scan. real 4 degC   phys.temperature
air_temp twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS air temperature (deg C) at beginning of scan real 4 degC    
airm twomass_scn TWOMASS Airmass at beginning of scan. real 4     obs.airMass
airm twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS beginning airmass of scan real 4      
aJ ultravistaSource, ultravistaSourceRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSDR1 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vhsSource VHSDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vhsSource VHSDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSDR6 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20120926 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20140409 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20150108 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20160114 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20160507 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20170630 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vhsSource VHSv20180419 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ videoSource VIDEODR2 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ videoSource VIDEODR3 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ videoSource VIDEODR4 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ videoSource VIDEODR5 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ videoSource VIDEOv20100513 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ videoSource VIDEOv20111208 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vikingSource VIKINGDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vikingSource VIKINGDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20110714 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20111019 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20140402 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20150421 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20151230 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20160406 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20161202 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingSource VIKINGv20170715 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vvvPsfDaophotJKsSource VVVDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for objects at the distance of the Galactic Centre {catalogue TType keyword: aj} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aJ vvvPsfDaophotJKsSource VVVDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the J band for objects at the distance of the Galactic Centre {catalogue TType keyword: aj} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs ultravistaSource, ultravistaSourceRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSDR1 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vhsSource VHSDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vhsSource VHSDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSDR6 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20120926 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20140409 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20150108 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20160114 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20160507 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20170630 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vhsSource VHSv20180419 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs videoSource VIDEODR2 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs videoSource VIDEODR3 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs videoSource VIDEODR4 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs videoSource VIDEODR5 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs videoSource VIDEOv20100513 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs videoSource VIDEOv20111208 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vikingSource VIKINGDR2 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vikingSource VIKINGDR3 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20110714 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20111019 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9  
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20130417 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20140402 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20150421 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20151230 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20160406 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20161202 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vikingSource VIKINGv20170715 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for extragalactic objects real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
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aKs vvvPsfDaophotJKsSource VVVDR4 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for objects at the distance of the Galactic Centre {catalogue TType keyword: ak} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
aKs vvvPsfDaophotJKsSource VVVDR5 The galactic extinction correction in the Ks band for objects at the distance of the Galactic Centre {catalogue TType keyword: ak} real 4 mag -0.9999995e9 phys.absorption.gal
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amEnd Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Airmass at end of observation {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO TEL AIRM END} real 4   -0.9999995e9 obs.airMass
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amEnd Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Airmass at end of observation {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO TEL AIRM END} real 4   -0.9999995e9 obs.airMass
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amEnd Multiframe VMCv20171101 Airmass at end of observation {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO TEL AIRM END} real 4   -0.9999995e9 obs.airMass
amEnd Multiframe VMCv20180702 Airmass at end of observation {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO TEL AIRM END} real 4   -0.9999995e9 obs.airMass
amEnd Multiframe VMCv20181120 Airmass at end of observation {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO TEL AIRM END} real 4   -0.9999995e9 obs.airMass
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ANCHOR_PARITY mgcGalaxyStruct MGC 0=OK, 1=Inverted, 2=LSB BULGE tinyint 1   9 (FIX)  
ANCHOR_POINT mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Radius at which MU_BULGE=MU_DISK real 4 kpc 9  
ANCHOR_SB mgcGalaxyStruct MGC Surface brightness at Anchor Point real 4 Vega mag/sq arcsec 99.99  
anom twomass_scn TWOMASS Special flag indicating whether or not an unusual problem was found in the Atlas Images for this scan. smallint 2     meta.code
anom twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS entry in coadd anomaly table (0:not found|1:found) smallint 2      
AORNumber24 sage_lmcMips24Source SPITZER Request key for the 1st AOR within which the source appears int 4      
Ap35mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in I band from 3.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap35mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in J band from 3.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap35mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in K band from 3.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap45mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in I band from 4.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap45mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in J band from 4.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap45mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in K band from 4.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap55mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in I band from 5.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap55mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in J band from 5.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap55mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in K band from 5.5" aperture float 8 mag    
Ap_Rmag combo17CDFSSource COMBO17 aperture magnitude in R real 4 mag    
Apc15mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS I band Magnitude in 1.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc15mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS J band Magnitude in 1.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc15mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS K band Magnitude in 1.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc25mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS I band Magnitude in 2.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc25mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS J band Magnitude in 2.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc25mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS K band Magnitude in 2.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc35mag_I denisDR3Source DENIS I band Magnitude in 3.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc35mag_J denisDR3Source DENIS J band Magnitude in 3.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
Apc35mag_K denisDR3Source DENIS K band Magnitude in 3.5" corr. aperture float 8 mag    
ApD_Rmag combo17CDFSSource COMBO17 aperture difference of Rmag (=Rmag-Ap_Rmag, zero for point sources) real 4 mag    
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR1}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor1 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄2 × core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR2}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor2 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: 1⁄√2 core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR3}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor3 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR4}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor4 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: √2 × core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR5}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor5 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: 2 × core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR6}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor6 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: 2√2 × core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux {catalogue extension keyword:  APCOR7}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCor7 ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: 4 × core flux real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTADR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR5 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSDR6 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR5 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVDR5 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 Stellar aperture correction: peak height {catalogue extension keyword:  APCORPK}
corrected photometry = 2.5×log10(flux) + aperCor + skyCorr
real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
Aperture corrections in magnitudes needed to correct the assorted aperture-like measures produced in the catalogues onto the equivalent of a total flux stellar system. These constitute the components of a curve-of-growth analysis contained within the catalogues with radii defined in the previous table. They also work well as a first order seeing correction for faint galaxies. Larger aperture corrections are not included.
aperCorPeak ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Stellar aperture correction: peak height real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
aperFlux1 ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux 1 (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR1 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR2 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR3 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR4 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR5 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSDR6 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEODR2 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEODR3 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEODR4 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEODR5 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Default aperture flux counts 1, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
Flux vector within fixed circular aperture, but no aperture correction.
aperFlux1 videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20110714 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20111019 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Default aperture flux 1 (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux1 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Default aperture flux 1 (SE: FLUX_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCDR1 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCDR2 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCDR3 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCDR4 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20110816 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110909 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvDetection VVVDR1 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvDetection VVVDR2 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvDetection VVVDR4 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvDetection VVVDR5 Default aperture flux counts 1 real 4 ADU phot.count
aperFlux1 vvvDetection VVVv20100531 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 Default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux1 vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20110718 default aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1}
1/2 × rcore
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
These are a series of different radii soft-edged apertures designed to adequately sample the curve-of-growth of the majority of images and to provide fixed-sized aperture fluxes for all images. The scale size for these apertures is selected by defining a scale radius ≈<FWHM> for site+instrument. The "core" radius (rcore) has been fixed at 1.0 arcsec for convenience in inter-comparison with other datasets. A 1.0 arcsec radius is equivalent to 3.0 pixels for non-interleaved data, 6.0 pixels for 2×2 interleaved data, and 9.0 pixels for 3×3 interleaved data. In ≈1 arcsec seeing an rcore-radius aperture contains roughly 2/3 of the total flux of stellar images. [In general the rcore parameter is user specifiable and hence is recorded in the output catalogue FITS header.]
The aperture fluxes are sky-corrected integrals (summations) with a soft-edge (ie. pro-rata flux division for boundary pixels). However, for overlapping images they are more subtle than this since they are in practice simultaneously fitted top-hat functions, to minimise the effects of crowding. Images external to the blend are also flagged and not included in the large radius summations.
Extras for generalised galaxy photometry further spaced in radius to ensure reasonable sampling further out.
Note these are all corrected for pixels from overlapping neighbouring images. The aperture fluxes can be combined with later-derived aperture corrections for general purpose photometry and together with pHeight (the peak flux) give a simple curve-of-growth measurement which forms the basis of the morphological classification scheme.
aperFlux10 ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSDR2 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSDR3 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSDR4 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSDR5 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSDR6 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20120926 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20130417 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20140409 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20150108 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20160114 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20160507 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20170630 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection VHSv20180419 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEODR2 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEODR3 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEODR4 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEODR5 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 default aperture flux 10, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Default aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux10 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Default aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUX_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCDR1 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCDR2 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCDR3 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCDR4 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20110909 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20120126 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20121128 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20130304 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20130805 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20140428 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20140903 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20150309 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20151218 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20160311 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20160822 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20170109 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20170411 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20171101 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20180702 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection VMCv20181120 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vvvDetection VVVDR1 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vvvDetection VVVDR2 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vvvDetection VVVDR4 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10 vvvDetection VVVDR5 default aperture flux 10 real 4 ADU phot.count
aperFlux10 vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux10 vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 default aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10}
7 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux10err ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSDR2 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSDR3 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSDR4 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSDR5 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSDR6 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEODR2 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEODR3 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEODR4 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEODR5 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Error in aperture flux 10 (SE: FLUXERR_APER10) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux10err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCDR1 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCDR2 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCDR3 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCDR4 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetection VVVDR1 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetection VVVDR2 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetection VVVDR4 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetection VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 10 real 4 ADU stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux10err vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 10 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_10_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11 ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSDR2 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSDR3 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSDR4 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSDR5 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSDR6 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20120926 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20130417 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20140409 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20150108 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20160114 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20160507 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20170630 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection VHSv20180419 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEODR2 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEODR3 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEODR4 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEODR5 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 default aperture flux 11, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Default aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux11 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Default aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUX_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCDR1 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCDR2 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCDR3 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCDR4 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20110909 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20120126 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20121128 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20130304 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20130805 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20140428 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20140903 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20150309 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20151218 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20160311 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20160822 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20170109 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20170411 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20171101 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20180702 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection VMCv20181120 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vvvDetection VVVDR1 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vvvDetection VVVDR2 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vvvDetection VVVDR4 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11 vvvDetection VVVDR5 default aperture flux 11 real 4 ADU phot.count
aperFlux11 vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux11 vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 default aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11}
8 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux11err ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSDR2 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSDR3 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSDR4 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSDR5 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSDR6 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEODR2 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEODR3 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEODR4 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEODR5 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Error in aperture flux 11 (SE: FLUXERR_APER11) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux11err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCDR1 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCDR2 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCDR3 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCDR4 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetection VVVDR1 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetection VVVDR2 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetection VVVDR4 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetection VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 11 real 4 ADU stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux11err vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 11 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_11_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12 ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSDR2 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSDR3 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSDR4 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSDR5 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSDR6 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20120926 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20130417 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20140409 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20150108 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20160114 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20160507 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20170630 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection VHSv20180419 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEODR2 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEODR3 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEODR4 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEODR5 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 default aperture flux 12, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Default aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux12 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Default aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUX_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCDR1 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCDR2 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCDR3 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCDR4 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20110909 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20120126 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20121128 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20130304 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20130805 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20140428 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20140903 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20150309 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20151218 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20160311 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20160822 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20170109 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20170411 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20171101 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20180702 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection VMCv20181120 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vvvDetection VVVDR1 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vvvDetection VVVDR2 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vvvDetection VVVDR4 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12 vvvDetection VVVDR5 default aperture flux 12 real 4 ADU phot.count
aperFlux12 vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux12 vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 default aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12}
10 × rcore (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux12err ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSDR2 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSDR3 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSDR4 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSDR5 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSDR6 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEODR2 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEODR3 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEODR4 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEODR5 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Error in aperture flux 12 (SE: FLUXERR_APER12) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux12err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCDR1 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCDR2 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCDR3 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCDR4 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetection VVVDR1 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetection VVVDR2 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetection VVVDR4 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetection VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 12 real 4 ADU stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux12err vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 12 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_12_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13 ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Default aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSDR2 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSDR3 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSDR4 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSDR5 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSDR6 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20120926 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20130417 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20140409 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20150108 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20160114 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20160507 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20170630 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection VHSv20180419 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEODR2 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEODR3 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEODR4 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEODR5 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 default aperture flux 13, no aperture correction applied (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Default aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux13 vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Default aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUX_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore
real 4 ADU   phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCDR1 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCDR2 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCDR3 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCDR4 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20110909 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20120126 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20121128 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20130304 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20130805 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20140428 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20140903 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20150309 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20151218 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20160311 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20160822 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20170109 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20170411 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20171101 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20180702 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection VMCv20181120 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vvvDetection VVVDR1 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vvvDetection VVVDR2 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vvvDetection VVVDR4 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13 vvvDetection VVVDR5 default aperture flux 13 real 4 ADU phot.count
aperFlux13 vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count;em.opt
aperFlux13 vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 default aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13}
12 × rcore ie. ≈24 arcsec diameter. (see glossary entry for aperFlux1)
real 4 ADU aperture phot.count
aperFlux13err ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSDR2 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSDR3 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSDR4 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSDR5 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSDR6 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEODR2 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEODR3 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEODR4 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEODR5 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Error in aperture flux 13 (SE: FLUXERR_APER13) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux13err vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCDR1 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCDR2 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCDR3 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCDR4 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement VMCv20110816 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetection VVVDR1 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetection VVVDR2 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetection VVVDR4 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetection VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 13 real 4 ADU stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetection, vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux13err vvvDetectionPawPrints, vvvDetectionTiles VVVDR5 Error in aperture flux 13 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_13_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err ultravistaMapRemeasurement ULTRAVISTADR4 Error in aperture flux 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error;phot.count
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSDR2 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSDR3 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSDR4 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSDR5 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSDR6 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement VHSDR1 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEODR2 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEODR3 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEODR4 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEODR5 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Error in aperture flux counts 1 (SE: FLUXERR_APER1) {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err videoListRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGDR5 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU   stat.error
aperFlux1err vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Error in aperture flux counts 1 {catalogue TType keyword: Aper_flux_1_err} real 4 ADU