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Glossary of VSA attributes

This Glossary alphabetically lists all attributes used in the VSAv20181120 database(s) held in the VSA. If you would like to have more information about the schema tables please use the VSAv20181120 Schema Browser (other Browser versions).
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NameSchema TableDatabaseDescriptionTypeLengthUnitDefault ValueUnified Content Descriptor
D_MODULUS mgcGalaxyStruct MGC B proper distance to the object (h=1) real 4 Mpc    
darkID Multiframe VHSDR1 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSDR2 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSDR3 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSDR4 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20120926 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20130417 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20140409 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20150108 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20160114 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20160507 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20170630 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20171207 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VHSv20180419 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEODR2 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEODR3 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEODR4 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEODR5 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGDR2 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGDR3 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGDR4 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20151230 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCDR1 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCDR2 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCDR3 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCDR4 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20110816 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20110909 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20120126 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20121128 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20130304 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20130805 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20140428 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20140903 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20150309 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20151218 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20160311 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20160822 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20170109 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20170411 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20171101 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20180702 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VMCv20181120 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID Multiframe VVVDR4 UID of library calibration dark frame {image extension keyword: DARKCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
darkID ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC UID of library calibration dark frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSDR1 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSDR2 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSDR3 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSDR4 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20120926 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20130417 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20150108 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20160114 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20160507 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20170630 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20171207 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VHSv20180419 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEODR2 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEODR3 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEODR4 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEODR5 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEOv20100513 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIDEOv20111208 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGDR2 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGDR3 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGDR4 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20110714 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20111019 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20130417 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20150421 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20151230 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20160406 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20161202 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20170715 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VIKINGv20181012 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCDR1 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCDR3 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCDR4 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20110816 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20110909 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20120126 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20121128 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20130304 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20130805 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20140428 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20140903 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20150309 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20151218 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20160311 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20160822 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20170109 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20170411 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20171101 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20180702 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VMCv20181120 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VSAQC The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
databaseName ExternalSurvey VVVDR4 The name of the database within the VSA varchar 16     meta.id;meta.dataset
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20171207 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20181012 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Scale factor {image extension keyword: BSCALE} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataScale ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Scale factor real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20171207 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20181012 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Offset factor {image extension keyword: BZERO} real 4   -0.9999995e9  
dataZero ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Offset factor real 4   -0.9999995e9  
date twomass_psc, twomass_xsc TWOMASS The observation reference date for this source expressed in ISO standard format. (YYYY-MM-DD) datetime 8 yyyy-mm-dd   time.epoch
date twomass_scn TWOMASS The observation reference date for this scan expressed in ISO standard format. (YYYY-MM-DD) datetime 8 yyyy-mm-dd   time.epoch
date twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS observation date datetime 8 yyyy-mm-dd    
dateObs Multiframe VHSDR1 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSDR2 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSDR3 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSDR4 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20120926 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20130417 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20140409 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20150108 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20160114 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20160507 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20170630 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20171207 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VHSv20180419 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEODR2 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEODR3 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEODR4 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEODR5 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGDR2 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGDR3 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGDR4 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20151230 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCDR1 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCDR2 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCDR3 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCDR4 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20110816 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20110909 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20120126 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20121128 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20130304 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20130805 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20140428 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20140903 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20150309 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20151218 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20160311 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20160822 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20170109 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20170411 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20171101 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20180702 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VMCv20181120 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs Multiframe VVVDR4 Observing date {image primary HDU keyword: DATE-OBS} datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
The date and time is written in the specific SQL Server datetime format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.s
dateObs ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC Observing date datetime 8   12-31-9999 time.epoch
dbName Release VHSDR1 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSDR2 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSDR3 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSDR4 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20120926 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20130417 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20150108 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20160114 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20160507 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20170630 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20171207 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VHSv20180419 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEODR2 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEODR3 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEODR4 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEODR5 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEOv20100513 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIDEOv20111208 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGDR2 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGDR3 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGDR4 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20110714 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20111019 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20130417 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20150421 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20151230 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20160406 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20161202 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20170715 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VIKINGv20181012 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCDR1 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCDR3 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCDR4 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20110816 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20110909 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20120126 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20121128 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20130304 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20130805 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20140428 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20140903 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20150309 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20151218 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20160311 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20160822 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20170109 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20170411 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20171101 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20180702 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VMCv20181120 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbName Release VVVDR4 the name of the SQL Server database containing this release varchar 128     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSDR1 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSDR2 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSDR3 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSDR4 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20120926 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20130417 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20150108 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20160114 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20160507 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20170630 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20171207 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VHSv20180419 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEODR2 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEODR3 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEODR4 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEODR5 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEOv20100513 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIDEOv20111208 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGDR2 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGDR3 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGDR4 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20110714 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20111019 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20130417 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20150421 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20151230 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20160406 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20161202 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20170715 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VIKINGv20181012 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCDR1 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCDR3 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCDR4 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20110816 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20110909 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20120126 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20121128 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20130304 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20130805 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20140428 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20140903 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20150309 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20151218 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20160311 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20160822 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20170109 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20170411 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20171101 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20180702 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VMCv20181120 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VSAQC A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
dbNamePrefix Survey VVVDR4 A string that prefixes all database names released for this survey varchar 32     ??
ddec sage_lmcIracSource, sage_lmcMips160Source, sage_lmcMips24Source, sage_lmcMips70Source, sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER Error in declination float 8 arcseconds    
de_deg tycho2 GAIADR1 Observed Tycho2 Declination in ICRS float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec
de_m_deg tycho2 GAIADR1 Mean Declination, ICRS, epoch = J2000 float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec
de_rad hipparcos_new_reduction GAIADR1 Declination in the ICRS at epoch 1991.25 float 8 radians   pos.eq.dec
DE_TGAS ravedr5Source RAVE TGAS Declination (epocflag= 2015) float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
DEC agntwomass, denisi, denisj, durukst, fsc, hes, hipass, nvss, rass, shapley, sumss, supercos, twomass SIXDF Dec J2000 float 8 degrees    
DEC akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Declination J2000 float 8 degrees    
DEC target SIXDF master Dec J2000 (decimal degrees) float 8 degrees    
DEC twoxmm, twoxmm_v1_2, twoxmmi_dr3_v1_0, xmm3dr4 XMM Corrected Declination of the detection in degrees (J2000) after statistical correlation of the emldetect coordinates, RA_UNC and DEC_UNC, with the USNO B1.0 optical source catalogue using the SAS task eposcorr. In case where the cross-correlation is determined to be unreliable no correction is applied and this value is therefore the same as DEC_UNC. float 8 degrees    
dec MapApertureIDsvikingZY_selJ VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec MapApertureIDsvikingZY_selJ, vikingZY_selJ_RemeasMergeLog VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSDR1 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSDR2 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSDR3 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSDR4 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20120926 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20130417 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20150108 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20160114 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20160507 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20170630 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20171207 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VHSv20180419 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEODR2 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEODR3 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEODR4 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEODR5 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEOv20100513 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIDEOv20111208 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR2 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR3 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR4 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20110714 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20111019 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20130417 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20150421 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20151230 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20160406 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20161202 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20170715 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20181012 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCDR1 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCDR3 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCDR4 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20110816 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20110909 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20120126 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20121128 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20130304 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20130805 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20140428 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20140903 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20150309 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20151218 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20160311 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20160822 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20170109 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20170411 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20171101 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20180702 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VMCv20181120 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredMosaic VVVDR4 Declination of mosaic centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSDR2 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSDR3 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSDR4 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20120926 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20130417 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20150108 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20160114 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20160507 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20170630 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20171207 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VHSv20180419 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEODR2 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEODR3 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEODR4 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEODR5 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEOv20100513 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIDEOv20111208 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGDR2 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGDR3 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGDR4 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20110714 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20111019 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20130417 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20150421 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20151230 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20160406 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20161202 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20170715 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VIKINGv20181012 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCDR1 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCDR3 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCDR4 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20110816 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20110909 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20120126 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20121128 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20130304 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20130805 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20140428 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20140903 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20150309 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20151218 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20160311 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20160822 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20170109 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20170411 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20171101 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20180702 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VMCv20181120 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VSAQC Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack VVVDR4 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec RequiredStack, RequiredTile VHSDR1 Declination of stack centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec allwise_sc2 WISE J2000 declination with respect to the 2MASS PSC reference frame from the non-moving source extraction. float 8 deg    
dec aux_qso_icrf2_match, gaia_source, tgas_source GAIADR1 Celestial Declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec combo17CDFSSource COMBO17 J2000 declination with respect to the ICRS float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec eros2LMCSource, eros2SMCSource, erosLMCSource, erosSMCSource EROS J2000 declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST J2000 Celestial Declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca, glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Declination (J2000) float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec grs_ngpSource, grs_ranSource, grs_sgpSource TWODFGRS Dec. (B1950) in DD MM SS.S float 8      
dec hipparcos_new_reduction GAIADR1 Declination in the ICRS at epoch 1991.25 float 8 degrees   meta.main;pos.eq.dec
dec igsl_source GAIADR1 Celestial Declination at catalogue epoch float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec iras_psc IRAS J2000 Celestial Declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO J2000 declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec mcps_lmcSource, mcps_smcSource MCPS J2000 declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec mgcDetection MGC Object declination (J2000) float 8 deg    
dec nvssSource NVSS J2000 Celestial Declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec ogle3LpvLmcSource, ogle3LpvSmcSource, ogle4CepLmcSource, ogle4CepSmcSource, ogle4RRLyrLmcSource, ogle4RRLyrSmcSource OGLE J2000 Celestial Declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec rosat_bsc, rosat_fsc ROSAT Declination (decimal degrees; J2000) float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec sage_lmcIracSource, sage_lmcMips160Source, sage_lmcMips24Source, sage_lmcMips70Source, sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER Declination (J2000) float 8 deg    
dec spitzer_smcSource SPITZER J2000 declination float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec twomass_psc TWOMASS J2000 declination with respect to the ICRS float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec twomass_scn TWOMASS Declination of scan center for equinox J2000. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec twomass_sixx2_psc TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) float 8 deg    
dec twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) of scan center float 8 deg    
dec twomass_sixx2_xsc TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) based on peak pixel float 8 deg    
dec twomass_xsc TWOMASS Declination (J2000 decimal deg) based on peak pixel. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec twompzPhotoz TWOMPZ Dec. (J2000) based on the peak pixel {image primary HDU keyword: DEJ2000} float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec tycho2 GAIADR1 Observed Tycho2 Declination in ICRS float 8 degrees   meta.main;pos.eq.dec
dec ukirtFSstars VIDEOv20100513 Declination of star at Equinox J2000.0 float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec ukirtFSstars VIKINGv20110714 Declination of star at Equinox J2000.0 float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsDetection VHSDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20120926 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20130417 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20140409 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20150108 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20160114 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20160507 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20170630 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20171207 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection VHSv20180419 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection, vhsListRemeasurement, vhsSource, vhsSourceRemeasurement, vhsTilePawPrints VHSDR1 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsDetection, vhsTilePawPrints VHSDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vhsMergeLog VHSDR2 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSDR3 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSDR4 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20120926 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20130417 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20140409 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20150108 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20160114 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20160507 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20170630 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20171207 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog VHSv20180419 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsMergeLog, vhsTileSet VHSDR1 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSDR1 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20120926 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20130417 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20140409 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20150108 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20160114 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20160507 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20170630 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20171207 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vhsTilePawTDOnly VHSv20180419 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoDetection VIDEODR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoDetection VIDEODR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoDetection VIDEODR5 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoDetection, videoListRemeasurement, videoSourceRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoDetection, videoSource, videoTilePawPrints VIDEODR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec videoMergeLog VIDEODR3 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoMergeLog VIDEODR4 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoMergeLog VIDEODR5 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoMergeLog VIDEOv20100513 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoMergeLog VIDEOv20111208 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoMergeLog, videoTileSet VIDEODR2 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoTilePawTDOnly VIDEODR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoTilePawTDOnly VIDEODR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoTilePawTDOnly VIDEODR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoTilePawTDOnly VIDEODR5 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoTilePawTDOnly VIDEOv20111208 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec videoVariability VIDEODR2 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec videoVariability VIDEODR3 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec videoVariability VIDEODR4 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec videoVariability VIDEODR5 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec videoVariability VIDEOv20100513 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec videoVariability VIDEOv20111208 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection VIKINGv20181012 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection, vikingListRemeasurement, vikingSourceRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingDetection, vikingSource, vikingTilePawPrints VIKINGDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingMapRemeasAver VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Averaged Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingMapRemeasAver VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Averaged Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGDR3 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGDR4 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20110714 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20111019 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20130417 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20140402 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20150421 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20151230 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20160406 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20161202 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20170715 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20181012 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingMergeLog, vikingTileSet VIKINGDR2 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20111019 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20130417 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20140402 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20150421 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20151230 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20160406 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20161202 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20170715 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingTilePawTDOnly VIKINGv20181012 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vikingVariability VIKINGDR2 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGDR3 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGDR4 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20110714 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20111019 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20130417 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20140402 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20150421 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20151230 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20160406 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20161202 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20170715 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingVariability VIKINGv20181012 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Celestial Declination of aperture float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Celestial Declination of aperture float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCDR3 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20121128 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20140428 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20140903 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20150309 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20151218 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20160311 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20160822 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20170109 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20170411 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20171101 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20180702 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcCepheidVariables VMCv20181120 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcCepheidVariables, vmcEclipsingBinaryVariables, vmcRRlyraeVariables VMCDR4 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcDetection VMCDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20110909 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20120126 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20121128 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20130304 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20130805 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20140428 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20140903 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20150309 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20151218 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20160311 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20160822 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20170109 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20170411 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20171101 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20180702 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection VMCv20181120 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection, vmcListRemeasurement, vmcSourceRemeasurement VMCv20110816 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcDetection, vmcSource, vmcSynopticSource, vmcTilePawPrints VMCDR1 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vmcMergeLog VMCDR2 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCDR3 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCDR4 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20110816 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20110909 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20120126 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20121128 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20130304 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20130805 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20140428 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20140903 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20150309 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20151218 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20160311 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20160822 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20170109 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20170411 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20171101 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20180702 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog VMCv20181120 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcMergeLog, vmcSynopticMergeLog, vmcTileSet VMCDR1 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPointings VMCDR4 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20160311 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20160822 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20170109 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20170411 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20171101 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20180702 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPointings VMCv20181120 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR3 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR4 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20121128 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140428 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140903 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20150309 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20151218 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160311 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160822 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170109 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170411 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20171101 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfDetections VMCv20181120 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcPsfDetections, vmcPsfSource VMCv20180702 PSF Y,J,Ks average Dec centre (main) {catalogue TType keyword: AVERAGE_DEC} float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCDR1 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCDR2 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20110816 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20110909 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20120126 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20121128 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20130304 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20130805 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20140428 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20140903 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20150309 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20151218 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20160311 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20160822 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20170109 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20170411 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20171101 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20180702 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcTilePawTDOnly VMCv20181120 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcVariability VMCDR1 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCDR2 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCDR3 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCDR4 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20110816 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20110909 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20120126 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20121128 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20130304 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20130805 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20140428 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20140903 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20150309 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20151218 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20160311 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20160822 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20170109 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20170411 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20171101 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20180702 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariability VMCv20181120 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec vmcVariablesType VMCDR3 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20121128 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20140428 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20140903 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20150309 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20151218 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20160311 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20160822 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20170109 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20170411 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20171101 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20180702 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vmcVariablesType VMCv20181120 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vvvBulgeExtMapCoords EXTINCT Celestial Declination of pixel float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vvvDetection, vvvSource, vvvSynopticSource, vvvTilePawPrints VVVDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vvvMergeLog, vvvPsfDaophotJKsMergeLog, vvvPsfDophotZYJHKsMergeLog, vvvSynopticMergeLog, vvvTileSet VVVDR4 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vvvParallaxCatalogue, vvvProperMotionCatalogue VVVDR4 Right Ascension and Declination are products of the astrometric fit, {catalogue TType keyword: de} float 8   -999999500.0 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vvvPointings VVVDR4 Pointing centre float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
dec vvvPsfDaophotJKsSource VVVDR4 Celestial Declination {catalogue TType keyword: DEC} float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vvvPsfDophotZYJHKsSource VVVDR4 Celestial Declination, epoch 1 {catalogue TType keyword: dec} float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
dec vvvTilePawTDOnly VVVDR4 Celestial Declination float 8 Degrees pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec vvvVariability VVVDR4 Mean Declination float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
The Variability table contains statistics from the set of observations of each source. At present, the mean ra and dec and the error in two tangential directions are calculated. The "ra" direction is defined as tangential to both the radial direction and the cartesian z-axis and the "dec" direction is defined as both the radial direction and the "ra" direction. Since the current model is just the mean and standard deviation of the data, then the chi-squared of the fit=1. Data from good frames across all bands go into the astrometric model determination. This will include bands in non-synoptic filters: the one observation in these bands can help. In future releases a fit will be made to the rms data as a function of magnitude in each band, as has already happened for photometric data and a motion model that incorporates proper motion (and possibly parallax) will be used. The motion model is a parameter in the VarFrameSetInfo table.
dec wiseScosPhotoz, wiseScosPhotozRejects, wiseScosSvm WISExSCOSPZ Dec. (J2000) from WISE {image primary HDU keyword: dec_WISE} float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec_1 twomass_scn TWOMASS J2000 declination of the eastern corner at start of scan. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec_1 twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) of scan corner 1 float 8 deg    
dec_2 twomass_scn TWOMASS J2000 declination of the western corner at start of scan. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec_2 twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) of scan corner 2 float 8 deg    
dec_3 twomass_scn TWOMASS J2000 declination of the eastern corner at end of scan. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec_3 twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) of scan corner 3 float 8 deg    
dec_4 twomass_scn TWOMASS J2000 declination of the western corner at end of scan. float 8 degrees   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
dec_4 twomass_sixx2_scn TWOMASS declination (J2000 decimal deg) of scan corner 4 float 8 deg    
dec_epoch igsl_source GAIADR1 Mean Epoch of Declination real 4 years   time.epoch
dec_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca, glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Error in Declination float 8 arcsec   stat.error
dec_error aux_qso_icrf2_match GAIADR1 Uncertainty on celestial Declination float 8 milliarcseconds   stat.error;pos.eq.dec
dec_error gaia_source GAIADR2 Standard error of Declination float 8 milliarcsec   stat.error;pos.eq.dec
dec_error gaia_source, tgas_source GAIADR1 Standard error of Declination float 8 milliarcsec   stat.error;pos.eq.dec
dec_error igsl_source GAIADR1 Standard error of Declination real 4 milliarcsec   stat.error;pos.eq.dec
dec_parallax_corr gaia_source GAIADR2 Correlation between Declination and parallax real 4     stat.correlation;pos.eq.dec;pos.parallax
dec_parallax_corr gaia_source, tgas_source GAIADR1 Correlation between Declination and parallax real 4     stat.correlation
dec_pm allwise_sc2 WISE Declination at epoch MJD=55400.0 (2010.5589) from the profile-fitting measurement model that includes motion. This column is null if the fit failed to converge or was not attempted. NOTE: This will be similar but not identical to the value of dec which is the measured declination of the source from the non-moving profile-fit. float 8 deg    
dec_pmdec_corr gaia_source GAIADR2 Correlation between Declination and proper motion in Declination real 4     stat.correlation;pos.eq.dec;pos.pm;pos.eq.dec
dec_pmdec_corr gaia_source, tgas_source GAIADR1 Correlation between Declination and proper motion in Declination real 4     stat.correlation
dec_pmra_corr gaia_source GAIADR2 Correlation between Declination and proper motion in Right Ascension real 4     stat.correlation;pos.eq.dec;pos.pm;pos.eq.ra
dec_pmra_corr gaia_source, tgas_source GAIADR1 Correlation between Declination and proper motion in Right Ascension real 4     stat.correlation
DEC_R spectra SIXDF observed dec (J2000 degrees) float 8 degrees    
DEC_UNC twoxmm, twoxmm_v1_2, twoxmmi_dr3_v1_0, xmm3dr4 XMM Declination of the source in degrees (J2000) as determined by the SAS task emldetect by fitting a detection simultaneously in all cameras and energy bands. float 8 degrees    
DEC_V spectra SIXDF observed dec (J2000 degrees) float 8 degrees    
decB1950 mgcDetection MGC Object declination (B1950) float 8 deg    
decBase Multiframe VHSDR1 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSDR2 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSDR3 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSDR4 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20120926 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20130417 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20140409 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20150108 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20160114 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20160507 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20170630 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20171207 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VHSv20180419 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEODR2 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEODR3 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEODR4 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEODR5 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGDR2 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGDR3 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGDR4 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20151230 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCDR1 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCDR2 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCDR3 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCDR4 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20110816 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20110909 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20120126 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20121128 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20130304 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20130805 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20140428 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20140903 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20150309 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20151218 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20160311 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20160822 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20170109 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20170411 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20171101 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20180702 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VMCv20181120 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase Multiframe VVVDR4 Declination of base position (J2000) {image primary HDU keyword: DEC} float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decBase ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC Declination of base position (J2000) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decCen vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Celestial Declination of centroid float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
decCen vikingZY_selJ_SourceRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Celestial Declination of centroid float 8 Degrees   pos.eq.dec
Celestial Declination as computed in the processing pipeline, accurate to of order 0.1 arcsec.
Note that original catalogue data has only r*4 storage precision, accurate only to ≈ 50mas. RA and Dec in the database are derived more precisely from WCS in the header and x and y attributes.
decCentre StdFieldInfo VIDEOv20100513 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.ra;meta.main
decCentre StdFieldInfo VIKINGv20110714 Declination of field centre float 8 degrees   pos.eq.ra;meta.main
decDMS ogle3LpvLmcSource, ogle3LpvSmcSource, ogle4CepLmcSource, ogle4CepSmcSource, ogle4RRLyrLmcSource, ogle4RRLyrSmcSource OGLE Declination, equinox 2000.0 varchar 12 d:m:s   pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decErr vikingMapRemeasAver VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 Error in averaged Celestial Declination float 8 pixels    
decErr vikingMapRemeasAver VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 Error in averaged Celestial Declination float 8 pixels    
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSDR1 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSDR2 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSDR3 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSDR4 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20120926 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20130417 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20150108 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20160114 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20160507 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20170630 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20171207 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VHSv20180419 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEODR2 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEODR3 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEODR4 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEODR5 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEOv20100513 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIDEOv20111208 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR2 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR3 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR4 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20110714 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20111019 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20130417 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20150421 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20151230 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20160406 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20161202 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20170715 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20181012 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCDR1 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCDR3 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCDR4 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20110816 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20110909 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20120126 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20121128 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20130304 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20130805 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20140428 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20140903 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20150309 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20151218 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20160311 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20160822 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20170109 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20170411 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20171101 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20180702 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VMCv20181120 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decExtent RequiredMosaic VVVDR4 The angular extent in Dec of the mosaic image real 4 degrees   ??
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR3 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR4 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20121128 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140428 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140903 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20150309 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20151218 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160311 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160822 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170109 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170411 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20171101 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfDetections VMCv20181120 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decJ vmcPsfDetections, vmcPsfSource VMCv20180702 PSF fit Dec centre J filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_J} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.J
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR3 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR4 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20121128 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140428 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140903 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20150309 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20151218 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160311 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160822 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170109 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170411 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20171101 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfDetections VMCv20181120 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
decKs vmcPsfDetections, vmcPsfSource VMCv20180702 PSF fit Dec centre Ks filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Ks} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.K
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decMoon Multiframe VHSv20140409 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20150108 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20160114 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20160507 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20170630 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20171207 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VHSv20180419 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoon Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoon Multiframe VMCDR3 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCDR4 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoon Multiframe VMCv20110909 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20120126 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20121128 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20130304 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20130805 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20140428 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20140903 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20150309 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20151218 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20160311 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20160822 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20170109 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20170411 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20171101 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20180702 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VMCv20181120 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon Multiframe VVVDR4 Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoon ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC Geocentric J2000 FK5 Mean Declination of the Moon float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSDR1 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSDR2 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSDR3 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSDR4 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20120926 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20130417 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20140409 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20150108 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20160114 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20160507 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20170630 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20171207 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VHSv20180419 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEODR2 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEODR3 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEODR4 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEODR5 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGDR2 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGDR3 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGDR4 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20151230 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20121128 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20130304 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20130805 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20140428 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20140903 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20150309 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20151218 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20160311 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20160822 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20170109 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20170411 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
decMoonTopo Multiframe VMCv20171101 Apparent topocentric Declination of the Moon (including precession, nutation, and annual aberration) float 8 degrees -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;meta.main
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decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20171207 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
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decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20151218 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20160311 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20160822 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20170109 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20170411 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20171101 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20180702 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VMCv20181120 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange MultiframeDetector VVVDR4 Range of decurtain correction {image extension keyword: CURTNRNG} real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decurtainRange ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC Range of decurtain correction real 4   -0.9999995e9 ??
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR3 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR4 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20121128 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140428 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20140903 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20150309 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20151218 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160311 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20160822 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170109 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20170411 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfCatalogue VMCv20171101 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfDetections VMCv20181120 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
decY vmcPsfDetections, vmcPsfSource VMCv20180702 PSF fit Dec centre Y filter {catalogue TType keyword: DEC_Y} float 8 deg -0.9999995e9 pos.eq.dec;em.IR.NIR
DEdeg denisDR3Source DENIS Declination (J2000) real 4 deg    
DEdeg ravedr5Source RAVE Declination (J2000) float 8 deg   pos.eq.dec
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSDR1 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSDR2 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSDR3 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSDR4 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20120926 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20130417 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20150108 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20160114 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20160507 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20170630 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20171207 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VHSv20180419 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEODR2 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEODR3 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEODR4 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEODR5 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEOv20100513 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIDEOv20111208 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGDR2 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGDR3 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGDR4 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20110714 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20111019 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20130417 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20150421 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20151230 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20160406 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20161202 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20170715 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VIKINGv20181012 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCDR1 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCDR3 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCDR4 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20110816 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20110909 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20120126 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20121128 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20130304 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20130805 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20140428 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20140903 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20150309 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20151218 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20160311 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20160822 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20170109 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20170411 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20171101 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20180702 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VMCv20181120 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VSAQC Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
delPropData SurveyProgrammes VVVDR4 Logical flag indicating that proprietary data should be removed on release (1=yes; 0=no) tinyint 1     ??
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSDR1 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSDR2 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSDR3 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSDR4 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20120926 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20130417 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20140409 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20150108 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20160114 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20160507 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20170630 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20171207 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vhsDetection VHSv20180419 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEODR2 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEODR3 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEODR4 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEODR5 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   -0.9999995e9  
deltaMag videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20110714 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20151230 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20160406 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20161202 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20170715 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingDetection VIKINGv20181012 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20160909 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vikingMapRemeasurement VIKINGZYSELJv20170124 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCDR1 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCDR2 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCDR3 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCDR4 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20110816 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20110909 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20120126 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0  
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20121128 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20130304 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20130805 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20140428 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20140903 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20150309 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20151218 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20160311 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20160822 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20170109 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20170411 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20171101 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20180702 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vmcDetection VMCv20181120 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
deltaMag vvvDetection VVVDR4 sum of magnitude corrections for faster processing real 4   0.0 stat.param;phot.mag
density twomass_xsc TWOMASS Coadd log(density) of stars with k<14 mag. real 4     phys.density
depm vvvParallaxCatalogue, vvvProperMotionCatalogue VVVDR4 Dec component of Proper motion {catalogue TType keyword: depm} float 8 mas/yr -999999500.0  
deprecated Multiframe VHSDR1 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20120926 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20130417 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20140409 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20150108 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20160114 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20160507 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20170630 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20171207 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VHSv20180419 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEODR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEODR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEODR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEODR5 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20151230 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20160406 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20161202 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20170715 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VIKINGv20181012 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCDR1 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20110816 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20110909 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20120126 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20121128 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20130304 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20130805 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20140428 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20140903 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20150309 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20151218 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20160311 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20160822 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20170109 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20170411 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20171101 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20180702 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VMCv20181120 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated Multiframe VVVDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20160114 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20160507 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20170630 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20171207 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VHSv20180419 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEODR5 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20151230 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20160406 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20161202 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20170715 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20181012 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VMCDR4 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky level (e.g. sky < 0)
10 Seeing outside specified maximum
11 Photometric zeropoint too bright
12 Average stellar ellipticity too high (> 0.25)
13 Depth (as calculated from sky noise and 5sigma detection in fixed aperture) is too shallow compared to overall histogram distribution (i.e. shallower than ~0.5mag wrt the modal value) OR sky noise is too high given the sky level
14 AperCor3 outlying in aperCor3 versus seeing distribution
15 Pipeline MAGZPT inconsistent between image PHDU, extension HDUs and/or catalogue extension HDUs (from attributes photZP, photZPExt and photZPCat)
16 Difference in detector sky level wrt to mean of all 4 detectors is outlying in the distribution of the same.
18 Provenance indicates that a constituent frame of a combined frame product includes a deprecated frame.
19 Inconsistent provenance for a stack or leav product indicating something wrong with the image product (usually screwed up FITS keywords confusing the pipeline)
20 Detector number counts indicate some problem (loads of crud images)
21 5-sigma depth of detector frame more than 0.4mag brighter than modal value for a given filter/project/exposure time
22 Basic astrometry check (pixel size and/or aspect ratio) indicates something is wrong with the image
26 Deprecated because frame is flagged as ignored in pipeline processing
40 Science (*stack) frame is not part of a survey (e.g. high latitude sky frames in the VVV)
60 Eyeball check deprecation - trailed
61 Eyeball check deprecation - multiple bad channels
62 Eyeball check deprecation - Moon ghost
63 Eyeball check deprecation - Sky subtraction problem
64 Eyeball check deprecation - Disaster (catchall category for the indescribable)
65 Eyeball check deprecation - Empty detector frame
66 Eyeball check deprecation - Flat field problem
67 Eyeball check deprecation - Malfunction in crosstalk correction
70 Eyeball check deprecation, but this is the best that can be done so should not be reobserved (e.g. very bright star in FOV)
80 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated later (shallow surveys only). The latest duplicate in each case is kept
81 Deprecated because observation (MSB,object,filter) has been repeated in a later Semester (shallow surveys only). The deepest duplicate in each case is kept
99 Manually deprecated because of some DFS issue (e.g. pipeline screw-up)
100 Multiframe deprecated because all detectors have been previously deprecated (and the MF not already deprecated)
101 MultiframeDetectors deprecated because parent Multiframe is deprecated (and the MFD not already deprecated)
102 *Detection deprecated because parent MFD deprecated
103 MultiframeDetector of a stack deprecated because all constituent frames of the same detector are deprecated
110 Intermediate stack frame photometry found to be poor wrt run of all stacks in a deep field
111 Stack replaced by a filtered version
≥128 Frame deprecated because reprocessing supercedes it

Note: for deprecation values of 128 or greater, the most significant bit of the byte has been set in order to preserve the deprecation value set by any previous quality control flagging run on the previous processed version.
deprecated MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 Code for a current (=0) or deprecated (!=0) multiframe detector smallint 2   0 meta.code
The deprecation attribute in all tables indicates if the record in question (be it an image or catalogue detection record) has been deprecated by some curation process in the archive. All data having deprecated=0 are nominally good data; the following flags indicate a quality issue and any data having those flags should not be used for scientific purposes (in many instances, deprecated data will be deleted from public survey released database products):
FlagMeaning
1 Stack frames that have no catalogue or other frameTypes deprecated at ingest (e.g. because a reprocessed frame supercedes it)
2 Dead detector frames
3 Undefined and or non-sensible critical image metadata attributes
4 Sky subtraction not OK (via pipeline sky sub scale factor) NB. not used from October 2005 onwards
5 Incorrect combination of expTime,numExp,numInts for survey specific projects
6 Incorrect frame complements within groups/nights (for incomplete OBs)
7 Undefined values of critical catalogue attributes for stacks
8 Seeing=0.0 for a stack
9 High value of sky that compromises the depth, or otherwise invalid sky le