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III/272             RAVE 4th data release              (Kordopatis+, 2013)

The Radial Velocity Experiment (RAVE): fourth data release. Kordopatis G., Gilmore G., Steinmetz M., Boeche C., Seabroke G. M., Siebert A., Zwitter T., Binney J., de Laverny P., Recio-Blanco A., Williams M.E.K., Piffl T., Enke H., Roeser S., Bijaoui A., Wyse R.F.G., Freeman K., Munari U., Carrillo I., Anguiano B., Burton D., Campbell R., Cass C.J.P., Fiegert K., Hartley M., Parker Q.A., Reid W., Ritter A., Russell K.S., Stupar M., Watson F.G., Bienayme O., Bland-Hawthorn J., Gerhard O., Gibson B.K., Grebel E.K., Helmi A., Navarro J.F., Conrad C., Famaey B., Faure C., Just A., Kos J., Matijevic G., McMillan P.J., Minchev I., Scholz R., Sharma S., Siviero A., Wylie de Boer E., Zerjal, M. <Astron. J., 146, 134 (2013)> =2013AJ....146..134K =2014yCat.3272....0S
ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; Radial velocities; Milky Way; Stars, fundamental ; Photometry Keywords: catalogs - stars: fundamental parameters - surveys Abstract: We present the stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity), radial velocities, individual abundances, and distances determined for 425,561 stars, which constitute the fourth public data release of the RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE). The stellar atmospheric parameters are computed using a new pipeline, based on the algorithms of MATISSE and DEGAS. The spectral degeneracies and the Two Micron All Sky Survey photometric information are now better taken into consideration, improving the parameter determination compared to the previous RAVE data releases. The individual abundances for six elements (magnesium, aluminium, silicon, titanium, iron, and nickel) are also given, based on a special-purpose pipeline that is also improved compared to that available for the RAVE DR3 and Chemical DR1 data releases. The data release can also be accessed via the RAVE Web site http://www.rave-survey.org. Description: Spectroscopic radial velocities for 425,561 stars in the Milky-Way southern hemisphere using the 6dF instrument at the AAO. Targets new to this release are drawn from a new input catalog based on the I magnitude from the DENIS point source catalog. The spectroscopic observations are made in the Calcium triplet region at a resolution of ∼7,500. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file ravedr4.dat 987 482194 RAVE catalog, DR4
See also: B/denis : The DENIS database (DENIS Consortium, 2005) I/259 : The Tycho-2 catalog (Hog+ 2000) I/284 : The USNO-B1.0 Catalog (Monet+ 2003) I/289 : UCAC2 catalog (Zacharias+ 2004) I/315 : UCAC3 catalog (Zacharias+ 2009) I/322 : UCAC4 catalog (Zacharias+ 2012) I/317 : The PPMXL catalog (Roeser+ 2010) II/246 : 2MASS All-Sky Catalog of Point Sources (Cutri+ 2003) Byte-by-byte Description of file: ravedr4.dat
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1- 32 A32 --- Name ! Target designation 34- 51 A18 --- RAVE ! RAVE designation (JHHMMSS.S+DDMMSS) 53- 64 F12.8 deg RAdeg Right ascension (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) 66- 77 F12.8 deg DEdeg Declination (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) 79- 87 F9.5 deg GLON Galactic longitude 89- 97 F9.5 deg GLAT Galactic latitude 99-106 F8.2 km/s HRV Heliocentric radial velocity 108-114 F7.2 km/s e_HRV Error on HRV 116-121 F6.2 --- R Tonry-Davis R correlation coeff 123-127 F5.3 km/s hcp [0/1] Height of the correlation peak 129-135 F7.3 km/s wcp ! Width of the correlation peak 137-143 F7.2 km/s HRVsky ? Measured HRV of sky 145-150 F6.2 km/s e_HRVsky ? Error Measured HRV of Sky 152-157 F6.2 --- Rsky ? Sky Tonry-Davis R correlation coeff. 159-165 F7.2 km/s cRV ? Zero point correction applied 167-170 A4 --- ZPFLAG [ABCDEM*CS ] Quality flag on Zero point correction (3) 173-178 F6.1 --- SNRS ?=9999.9 RAVE pipeline SNR (STN_SPARV) 180-195 A16 --- TYCHO2 Tycho-2 Target designation (Cat. I/259) 197-202 F6.3 arcsec distT2 ?=99.999 Distance to Tycho-2 source (dist_TYCHO2) 204 A1 --- XT2 [ABCDX] Crossmatch quality flag Tycho-2 (XTYCHO2) (2) 206-214 F9.3 mas/yr pmRAT2 ?=9999.999 Proper motion RA from Tycho-2 (pmRA_TYCHO2) 216-221 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmRAT2 ?=99.999 Error on Tycho-2 pmRA (epmRATYCHO2) 223-231 F9.3 mas/yr pmDET2 ?=9999.999 Proper motion DE from Tycho-2 (pmDE_TYCHO2) 233-238 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmDET2 ?=99.999 Error on Tycho-2 pmDE (epmDETYCHO2) 240-255 A16 --- UCAC2 UCAC2 Target designation (Cat. I/289) 257-262 F6.3 arcsec distU2 ?=99.999 Distance to UCAC2 source (dist_UCAC2) 264 A1 --- XU2 Crossmatch quality flag UCAC2 (XUCAC2) (2) 266-274 F9.3 mas/yr pmRAU2 ?=9999.999 Proper motion RA from UCAC2 (pmRA_UCAC2) 276-281 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmRAU2 ?=99.999 Error on UCAC2 pmRA (epmRAUCAC2) 283-291 F9.3 mas/yr pmDEU2 ?=9999.999 Proper motion DE from UCAC2 (pmDE_UCAC2) 293-298 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmDEU2 ?=99.999 Error UCAC2 pmDE (epmDEUCAC2) 300-315 A16 --- UCAC3 ? UCAC3 Target designation (Cat. I/315) 317-322 F6.3 arcsec distU3 ?=99.999 Distance to UCAC3 source (dist_UCAC3) 324 A1 --- XU3 Crossmatch quality flag UCAC3 (XUCAC3) (2) 326-334 F9.3 mas/yr pmRAU3 ?=9999.999 Proper motion RA from UCAC3 (pmRA_UCAC3) 336-341 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmRAU3 ?=99.999 Error on UCAC3 pmRA (epmRAUCAC3) 343-351 F9.3 mas/yr pmDEU3 ?=9999.999 Proper motion DE from UCAC3 (pmDE_UCAC3) 353-358 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmDEU3 ?=99.999 Error on UCAC3 pmDE (epmDEUCAC3) 360-375 A16 --- UCAC4 ? UCAC4 Target designation (Cat. I/322) 377-382 F6.3 arcsec distU4 ?=99.999 Distance to UCAC4 source (dist_UCAC4) 384 A1 --- XU4 Crossmatch quality flag UCAC4 (XUCAC4) (2) 386-394 F9.3 mas/yr pmRAU4 ?=99999.999 Proper motion RA from UCAC4 (pmRA_UCAC4) 396-401 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmRAU4 ?=99.999 Error on UCAC4 pmRA (epmRAUCAC4) 403-411 F9.3 mas/yr pmDEU4 ?=99999.999 Proper motion on DE from UCAC4 (pmDE_UCAC4) 413-418 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmDEU4 ?=99.999 Error on UCAC4 pmDE (epmDEUCAC4) 420-438 A19 --- PPMXL ? PPMXL Target designation (Cat. I/317) 440-445 F6.3 arcsec distP ?=99.999 Distance to PPMXL source (dist_PPMXL) 447 A1 --- XP Crossmatch quality flag PPMXL (X_PPMXL) (2) 449-457 F9.3 mas/yr pmRAP ?=99999.999 Proper motion on RA from PPMXL (pmRA_PPMXL) 459-464 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmRAP ?=99.999 Error on PPMXL pmRA (epmRAPPMXL) 466-474 F9.3 mas/yr pmDEP ?=99999.999 Proper motion DE from PPMXL (pmDE_PPMXL) 476-481 F6.3 mas/yr e_pmDEP ?=99.999 Error on PPMXL pmDE (epmDEPPMXL) 483-490 A8 "YYYYMMDD" Obsdate ! Observation date 492-505 A14 --- Field ! Name of RAVE field 507 I1 --- Plate [1/3] Number of field plate 509-511 I3 --- Fiber [1/150] Fiber Number 513-519 F7.2 K TeffK ?=9999.99 Effective temperature from Stellar Parameter Pipeline (Teff_K) 521-527 F7.2 K e_TeffK ?=9999.99 Error on TeffK (eTeffK) 529-533 F5.2 [cm/s2] loggK ?=99.99 Log gravity from Stellar Parameter Pipeline (logg_K) 535-539 F5.2 [cm/s2] e_loggK ?=99.99 Error on loggK (eloggK) 541-545 F5.2 [Sun] [M/H]K ?=99.99 Metallicity [m/H] from Stellar Parameter Pipeline ([M/H]_K) 547-551 F5.2 [Sun] c[M/H]K ?=99.99 Calibrated Metallicity [m/H] from Stellar Parameter Pipeline (c[M/H]_K) 553-557 F5.2 [Sun] e_[M/H]K ?=99.99 Error on [M/H]K (e[M/H]K) 559-564 F6.1 --- SNRK ?=9999.9 Signal to Noise value Atm. pipeline from Stellar Parameter Pipeline (SNR_K) 566 I1 --- QK [0/4]?=9 Quality Flag for Stellar Parameters from Stellar Parameter Pipeline (AlgoConv_K) (5) 568-572 F5.2 [-] [Al/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Al 574 I1 --- o_Al ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Al (Al_N) 576-580 F5.2 [-] [Si/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Si 582-583 I2 --- o_Si ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Si (Si_N) 585-589 F5.2 [-] [Fe/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Fe 591-592 I2 --- o_Fe ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Fe (Fe_N) 594-598 F5.2 [-] [Ti/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Ti 600-601 I2 --- o_Ti ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Ti (Ti_N) 603-607 F5.2 [-] [Ni/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Ni 609 I1 --- o_Ni ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Ni (Ni_N) 611-615 F5.2 [-] [Mg/H] ?=9.99 Abundance of Mg 617 I1 --- o_Mg ?=0 Number of used spectral lines for Mg (Mg_N) 619-627 F9.1 --- CHISQc ?=9999999.9 Chemical Pipeline chi square (CHISQ_c) 629-633 I5 K TeffS ?=99999 SPARV effective temperature (Teff_SPARV) (1) 635-638 F4.2 [cm/s2] loggS ?=9.99 SPARV Log gravity (logg_SPARV) (1) 640-643 F4.2 [-] [a/Fe]S ?=9.99 SPARV α-elements enhancement ([a/Fe]_SPARV) (1) 645-660 A16 --- 2MASS ? 2MASS Target designation (Cat. II/246) 662-667 F6.3 arcsec dist2 ?=99.999 Distance to 2MASS source (dist_2MASS) 669 A1 --- X2 Crossmatch quality flag 2MASS (X_2MASS) (2) 671-676 F6.3 mag Jmag2 ?=99.999 2MASS J magnitude (Jmag_2MASS) 678-682 F5.3 mag e_Jmag2 ?=9.999 Error on 2MASS J magnitude (eJmag2MASS) 684-689 F6.3 mag Hmag2 ?=99.999 2MASS H magnitude (Hmag_2MASS) 691-695 F5.3 mag e_Hmag2 ?=9.999 Error on 2MASS H magnitude (eHmag2MASS) 697-702 F6.3 mag Kmag2 ?=99.999 2MASS K magnitude (Kmag_2MASS) 704-708 F5.3 mag e_Kmag2 ?=9.999 Error on 2MASS K magnitude (eKmag2MASS) 710-725 A16 --- DENIS ? DENIS Target designation (Cat. B/denis) 727-732 F6.3 arcsec distD ?=99.999 Distance to DENIS source (dist_DENIS) 734 A1 --- XD Crossmatch quality flag DENIS (X_DENIS) (2) 736-741 F6.3 mag ImagD ?=99.999 DENIS I magnitude (Imag_DENIS) 743-747 F5.3 mag e_ImagD ?=9.999 Error on DENIS I magnitude (eImagDENIS) 749-754 F6.3 mag JmagD ?=99.999 DENIS J magnitude (Jmag_DENIS) 756-760 F5.3 mag e_JmagD ?=9.999 Error on DENIS J magnitude (eJmagDENIS) 762-767 F6.3 mag KmagD ?=99.999 DENIS K magnitude (Kmag_DENIS) 769-773 F5.3 mag e_KmagD ?=9.999 Error on DENIS K magnitude (eKmagDENIS) 775-790 A16 --- USNOB1 ? USNOB1 Target designation (Cat. I/284) 792-797 F6.3 arcsec distUB1 ?=99.999 Distance to USNOB1 source (dist_USNOB1) 799 A1 --- XUB1 Crossmatch quality flag USNOB1 (X_USNOB1) (2) 801-805 F5.2 mag B1magUB1 ?=99.99 USNOB1 B1 magnitude (B1mag_USNOB1) 807-811 F5.2 mag R1magUB1 ?=99.99 USNOB1 R1 magnitude (R1mag_USNOB1) 813-817 F5.2 mag B2magUB1 ?=99.99 USNOB1 B2 magnitude (B2mag_USNOB1) 819-823 F5.2 mag R2magUB1 ?=99.99 USNOB1 R2 magnitude (R2mag_USNOB1) 825-829 F5.2 mag ImagUB1 ?=99.99 USNOB1 I magnitude (Imag_USNOB1) 831-841 F11.6 mas plx ?=0 Spectrophotometric Parallax (parallax) (4) 843-852 F10.6 mas e_plx ?=0 Error on Parallax (e_parallax) (4) 854-862 F9.6 kpc Dist ?=0 Spectrophotometric Distance (4) 864-872 F9.6 kpc e_Dist ?=0 Error on Distance (4) 874-882 F9.6 --- MOD ?=0 Binney Distance modulus (DistanceMod) (4) 884-892 F9.6 --- e_MOD ?=0 Error on Binney Distance modulus (e_DistanceMod) (4) 894-902 F9.6 [mag] Av ?=0 Log Av Extinction (4) 904-912 F9.6 [mag] e_Av ?=0 Error on Extinction (4) 914-921 F8.5 [yr] Age ?=0 Log Age (4) 923-929 F7.5 [yr] e_Age ?=0 Error on Age (4) 931-938 F8.5 Msun Mass ?=0 Mass (4) 940-947 F8.5 Msun e_Mass ?=0 Error on Mass (4) 949 A1 --- c1 1st minimum distance (6) 951 A1 --- c2 2nd minimum distance (6) 953 A1 --- c3 3rd minimum distance (6) 955 A1 --- c4 4th minimum distance (6) 957 A1 --- c5 5th minimum distance (6) 959 A1 --- c6 6th minimum distance (6) 961 A1 --- c7 7th minimum distance (6) 963 A1 --- c8 8th minimum distance (6) 965 A1 --- c9 9th minimum distance (6) 967 A1 --- c10 10th minimum distance (6) 969 A1 --- c11 11th minimum distance (6) 971 A1 --- c12 12th minimum distance (6) 973 A1 --- c13 13th minimum distance (6) 975 A1 --- c14 14th minimum distance (6) 977 A1 --- c15 15th minimum distance (6) 979 A1 --- c16 16th minimum distance (6) 981 A1 --- c17 17th minimum distance (6) 983 A1 --- c18 18th minimum distance (6) 985 A1 --- c19 19th minimum distance (6) 987 A1 --- c20 20th minimum distance (6)
Note (1): indicates values of Radial Velocity Pipeline (used in DR3 also). Note (2): Cross-identification flag as follows: A = 1 association within 2 arcsec B = 2 associations within 2 arcsec C = More than 2 associations within 2 arcsec D = Nearest neighbour more than 2 arcsec away X = No association found (within 10 arcsec limit ) Note (3): Flag value of the form FGSH: F : for the entire plate G : for the 50 fibres group to which the fibre belongs S : flag the zero-point correction used: C for cubic, S for a constant shift H : if H is set to * the fibre is close to a 15 fibre gap. For F and G the values can be A, B, C, D, or E A = dispersion around correction lower than 1km/s B = dispersion between 1 and 2km/s C = dispersion between 2 and 3km/s D = dispersion larger than 3km/s E = less than 15 fibres available for the fit M = Manual Note (4): See Binney et al. (2014MNRAS.437..351B). Note (5): Flag of Stellar Parameter Pipeline 0 = Pipeline converged 1 = no convergence 2 = MATISSE oscillates between two values and the mean has been performed. 3 = results of MATISSE at the boundaries or outside the grid and the DEGAS value has been adopted 4 = the metal-poor giants with SNR<20 have been re-run by degas with a scale factor (ie, internal parameter of DEGAS) of 0.40 Note (6): Morphological Flag n.th minimum distance to base spectrum given by one of the types a,b,c,d,e,g,h,n,o,p,t,u,w (see Matijevic et al., 2012ApJS..200...14M) as follows: a = spectrum of a carbon star b = spectrum of a binary star c = spectrum with problems in continuum d = spectrum of a cool dwarf e = spectrum with (chromospheric) emission g = spectrum of a cool giant h = spectrum of a hot giant n = spectrum of a normal star (cooler than ∼7000K) o = hot spectrum (hotter than ∼7000K) p = peculiar spectrum (anything but other classifications) t = spectrum with TiO bands u = unclassified spectrum w = spectrum with problems in wavelength calibration X = not applicable
Acknowledgements: Arnaud Siebert, arnaud.siebert(at)astro.unistra.fr
(End) Arnaud Siebert [CDS], Patricia Vannier [CDS] 31-Jan-2014
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