Flags

Col. 73: TARGET_FLAG (L) [deg]

The flag is set to True if this source lies within 10 arcseconds of the position of this observation's target as resolved by SIMBAD using the observer-specified target name (see Sec. 4.4.3).

Col. 74: SUMM_FLAG (I)

The summary quality flag of the source is a combination of the flags 1, 3, 5 and 6 of all three cameras (see Cols. 76 - 93). The quality increases with increasing number: 0 = bad, 1 - 3 = suspect, and 4 = good. For details see Sec. 4.4.4.

Col. 75: PN_VER_FLAG (12A)

PN verification flag string: Flags 1 through 12 for the PN source detection are given. In cases where the source was not detected or not observed with this camera a dash is given. Only flags 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 were used for this catalogue (see Sec. 3.3.1 for a detailed description); they are individually given in Cols. 76 - 80.

Col. 76: PN_VER_FALSE (L)

Flag 1 is set to True if the PN detection is assumed to be false. A comment is given in Col. 81. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 77: PN_VER_INEXT (L)

Flag 3 is set to True if the PN detection lies within a region of extended emission. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 78: PN_VER_PSUSP (L)

Flag 5 is set to True if the position of the detected PN source is suspect. A comment is given in Col. 81. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 79: PN_VER_NREDG (L)

Flag 6 is set to True if the PN detection lies close to the edge of the field of view and the edge was visually obvious. In cases where the proximity of a CCD edge was considered to affect the source detection and/or its count rate the flag has also been set and an explanation is given in Col. 81. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 80: PN_VER_SCOMM (L)

Flag 7 is set to True if there is a comment for this PN detection with the comment given in Col. 81. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 81: PN_VER_COMM (40A)

A comment is given on the PN flags 1, 3, 5, and 6 if one or more were set to True. A warning comment can be given if the detection and/or its measurements are considered to be adversely affected. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details

Col. 82: M1_VER_FLAG (12A)

M1 verification flag string: Flags 1 through 12 for the M1 source detection are given. In cases where the source was not detected or not observed with this camera a dash is given. Only flags 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 were used for this catalogue (see Sec. 3.3.1 for a detailed description); they are individually given in Cols. 83 - 87.

Col. 83: M1_VER_FALSE (L)

Flag 1 is set to True if the M1 detection is false. A comment is given in Col. 88. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 84: M1_VER_INEXT (L)

Flag 3 is set to True if the M1 detection lies within a region of extended emission. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 85: M1_VER_PSUSP (L)

Flag 5 is set to True if the position of the detected M1 source is suspect. A comment is given in Col. 88. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 86: M1_VER_NREDG (L)

Flag 6 is set to True if the M1 detection lies close to the edge of the field of view and the edge was visually obvious. In cases where the proximity of a CCD edge was considered to affect the source detection and/or its count rate the flag has also been set and an explanation is given in Col. 88. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 87: M1_VER_SCOMM (L)

Flag 7 is set to True if there is a comment for this M1 detection with the comment given in Col. 88. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 88: M1_VER_COMM (40A)

A comment is given on the M1 flags 1, 3, 5, and 6 if one or more were set to True. A warning comment can be given if the source detection and/or its measurements are considered to be adversely affected. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 89: M2_VER_FLAG (12A)

M2 verification flag string: Flags 1 through 12 for the M2 source detection are given. In cases where the source was not detected or not observed with this camera a dash is given. Only flags 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 were used for this catalogue (see Sec. 3.3.1 for a detailed description); they are individually given in Cols. 90 - 94.

Col. 90: M2_VER_FALSE (L)

Flag 1 is set to True if the M2 detection is false. A comment is given in Col. 95. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 91: M2_VER_INEXT (L)

Flag 3 is set to True if the M2 detection lies within a region of extended emission. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 92: M2_VER_PSUSP (L)

Flag 5 is set to True if the position of the detected M2 source is suspect. A comment is given in Col. 95. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 93: M2_VER_NREDG (L)

Flag 6 is set to True if the M2 detection lies close to the edge of the field of view and the edge was visually obvious. In cases where the proximity of a CCD edge was considered to affect the source detection and/or its count rate the flag has also been set and an explanation is given in Col. 95. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 94: M2_VER_SCOMM (L)

Flag 7 is set to True if there is a comment for this M2 detection with the comment given in Col. 95. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 95: M2_VER_COMM (40A)

A comment is given on M2 flags 1, 3, 5, and 6 if one or more were set to True. A warning comment can be given if the source detection and/or its measurements are considered to be adversely affected. See Sec. 3.3.1 for details.

Col. 96: PN_DIST_NN (E) [arcsec] SAS task emldetect


Distance to the nearest neighbour on the same PN exposure in arcseconds.

Col. 97: M1_DIST_NN (E) [arcsec] SAS task emldetect


Distance to the nearest neighbour on the same M1 exposure in arcseconds.

Col. 98: M2_DIST_NN (E) [arcsec] SAS task emldetect


Distance to the nearest neighbour on the same M2 exposure in arcseconds.

Col. 99: FIELD_CAT (I)

Type of the observed field according to its target. No entries, see Sec. 6.9.6.