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III/279                   RAVE 5th data release                  (Kunder+, 2017)

The Radial Velocity Experiment (RAVE): Fifth Data Release. Kunder A., Kordopatis G., Steinmetz M., Zwitter T., McMillan P., Casagrande L., Enke H., Wojno J., Valentini M., Chiappini C., Matijevic G., Siviero A., de Laverny P., Recio-Blanco A., Bijaoui A., Wyse R.F.G., Binney J., Grebel E.K., Helmi A., Jofre P., Gilmore G., Siebert A., Famaey B., Bienayme O., Gibson B.K., Freeman K.C., Navarro J.F., Munari U., Seabroke G., Anguiano Jimenez B., Reid W., Bland-Hawthorn J., Watson F., Gerhard O., Davies G.R., Elsworth Y.P., Lund M., Miglio A., Chaplin W.J., Mosser B. <Astron. J., 153, 75 (2017)> =2017AJ....153...75K =2017yCat.3279....0K
ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; Radial velocities; Milky Way; Stars, fundamental ; Photometry Keywords: catalogs - surveys - stars: fundamental parameters Abstract: Data Release 5 (DR5) of the Radial Velocity Experiment (RAVE) is the fifth data release from a magnitude-limited (9<I<12) survey of stars randomly selected in the southern hemisphere. The RAVE medium-resolution spectra (R=7500) covering the Ca-triplet region (8410-8795A) span the complete time frame from the start of RAVE observations in 2003 to their completion in 2013. Radial velocities from 520,781 spectra of 457,588 unique stars are presented, of which 215,590 unique stars have parallaxes and proper motions from the Tycho-Gaia astrometric solution (TGAS) in Gaia DR1. For our main DR5 catalog, stellar parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity) are computed using the RAVE DR4 stellar pipeline, but calibrated using recent K2 Campaign 1 seismic gravities and Gaia benchmark stars, as well as results obtained from high-resolution studies. Also included are temperatures from the Infrared Flux Method, and we provide a catalogue of red giant stars in the dereddened color (J-Ks)0 interval (0.50,0.85) for which the gravities were calibrated based only on seismology. Further data products for sub-samples of the RAVE stars include individual abundances for Mg, Al, Si, Ca, Ti, Fe, and Ni, and distances found using isochrones. Each RAVE spectrum is complemented by an error spectrum, which has been used to determine uncertainties on the parameters. Description: Spectroscopic radial velocities for 457588 stars in the Milky-Way southern hemisphere using the 6dF instrument at the AAO. File Summary:
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ReadMe 80 . This file rave_dr5.dat 1811 520701 Main catalog rave_gra.dat 331 262510 Astroseismic gravities (RAVEGravitySC.dat) rave_on.dat 745 520701 Stellar parameters from Cannon rave_com.dat 905 5525 RAVE completeness (RAVEcompletenessPBP.dat)
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/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: rave_dr5.dat
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1- 21 A21 --- Name ! Target designation (RAVEOBSID) 23- 31 I9 --- HEALPix Hierarchical Equal-Area iso-Latitude Pixelisation value (N_side=4096) (HEALPix) (1) 33- 48 A16 --- RAVE ! RAVE designation(JHHMMSS.S+DDMMSS) (RAVEID) 50- 70 F21.17 deg RAdeg Right ascension (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) (RAdeg) 72- 94 F23.19 deg DEdeg Declination (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) (DEdeg) 96-104 F9.5 deg GLON Galactic longitude (Glon) 106-114 F9.5 deg GLAT Galactic latitude (Glat) 116-124 F9.3 km/s HRV Heliocentric radial velocity (HRV) 126-133 F8.3 km/s e_HRV Error on HRV (eHRV) 135-168 F34.29 km/s s_HRV ? Standard deviation in HRV from 10 resampled spectra (StdDev_HRV) 170-202 F33.28 km/s S_HRV ? Median absolute deviation in HRV from 10 resampled spectra (MAD_HRV) 204-224 F21.17 --- SNRS Signal/Noise Ratio of SPARV pipeline (STN_SPARV) (2) 226-229 I4 --- SNRK ? Signal/Noise Ratio of Kordopatis pipeline (SNR_K) (2) 231-237 F7.2 K TeffK ? Effective temperature (Teff_K) (2) 239-245 F7.2 K cTeffK ? Calibrated effective temperature (TeffNK) (2) 247-250 I4 K e_TeffK ? Effective Temperature error (eTeff_K) 252-276 F25.20 K S_TeffK ? Median absolute deviation in TeffK from 10 resampled spectra (MADTeffK) 278-301 F24.19 K s_TeffK ? Standard deviation in Teff_K from 10 resampled spectra (StdDevTeffK) 303-306 F4.2 [cm/s2] loggK ? Log gravity (logg_K) (2) 308-315 F8.6 [cm/s2] cloggK ? Calibrated log gravity (loggNK) (2) 317-320 F4.2 [cm/s2] e_loggK ? Error Log gravity (elogg_K) (2) 322-343 F22.20 [cm/s2] s_loggK ? Standard deviation in loggK from 10 resampled spectra (MADloggK) 345-365 F21.19 [cm/s2] S_loggK ? Median absolute deviation in loggK from 10 resampled spectra (StdDevloggK) 367-371 F5.2 [-] [M/H]K ? Metallicity [m/H] (Met_K) (2) 373-386 F14.11 [-] [M/H]NK ? Calibrated metallicity (MetNK) (2) 388-391 F4.2 [-] e_[M/H]K ? Error on metallicity (eMet_K) (2) 393-414 F22.20 [-] s_[M/H]K ? Standard deviation in [M/H]K from 10 resampled spectra (MADMetK) 416-436 F21.19 [-] S_[M/H]K ? Median absolute deviation in [M/H]K from 10 resampled spectra (StdDevMetK) 438-451 F14.5 --- CHISQK ? Chi-square from the stellar parameter pipeline (CHISQ_K) (2) 456 I1 --- QK [0/4]? Quality flag for stellar parameter pipeline (AlgoConvK) (2) (3) 458-461 I4 K TeffIR Temperature from infrared flux method (Teff_IR) 463-465 I3 K e_TeffIR ?=-9 Internal error on TeffIR (eTeff_IR) 467-470 A4 --- IRdirect Infrared flux method flag (IR_direct) (4) 472-476 F5.2 [-] [Mg/H]c ? Abundance of Mg (Mg) (2) 478-481 I4 --- o_[Mg/H]c [0/6]? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Mg_N) (2) 483-487 F5.2 [-] [Al/H]c ? Abundance of Al (Al) (2) 489-492 I4 --- o_[Al/H]c ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Al_N) (2) 494-498 F5.2 [-] [Si/H]c ? Abundance of Si (Si) (2) 500-503 I4 --- o_[Si/H]c ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Si_N) (2) 505-509 F5.2 [-] [Ti/H]c ? Abundance of Ti (Ti) (2) 511-514 I4 --- o_[Ti/H]c ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Ti_N) (2) 516-520 F5.2 [-] [Fe/H]c ? Abundance of Fe (Fe) (2) 522-525 I4 --- o_[Fe/H]c ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Fe_N) (2) 527-531 F5.2 [-] [Ni/H]c ? Abundance of Ni (Ni) (2) 533-536 I4 --- o_[Ni/H]c ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Ni_N) (2) 538-542 F5.2 [-] [a/Fe]c ? Alpha-enhancement from chemi cal pipeline (Alpha_c) (2) 544-552 F9.1 --- CHISQc ? Chi-square of chemi cal pipeline (CHISQ_c) (2) 554-557 F4.2 --- fracc ? Fraction of spectrum used for calculation of abundances (frac_c) (2) 559-570 F12.8 mag AVSchl ? Total extinction in V-band from Schlegel et al. (1998ApJ...500..525S) (AV_Schlegel) 572-582 F11.5 pc Dist ? Spectrophotometric distance (distance) (10) 584-594 F11.6 pc e_Dist ? Error on distance (edistance) (10) 596-609 F14.11 --- logAv ? Log Av extinction (log_Av) (10) 611-625 F15.13 --- e_logAv ? Error on LogAv (elog_Av) (10) 627-638 F12.7 mas plx ? Spectrophotometric parallax (parallax) (10) 640-652 F13.9 mas e_plx ? Error on plx (eparallax) (10) 654-663 F10.7 mag DM ? Distance modulus (DistanceModulus_Binne) (10) 665-674 F10.8 mag e_DM ? Error on DM (eDistanceModulus_Binne) (10) 676-679 I4 --- FFB ? Fit flag see sec.3 of Binney et al. (2014MNRAS.437..351B) (FitFlagBinney) 681-702 E22.18 --- FQB ? Fit quality "F" given by Eq. 15 of Binney et al. (2014MNRAS.437..351B) (FitQuality_Binney) 704-707 I4 --- NGauss ? Number of components required for multi-Gaussian distance modulus fit (NGaussfit) 709-718 F10.7 --- Gm1 ? Mean of 1st Gaussian (Gaussmean1) 720-729 F10.8 --- Gs1 ? Sigma of 1st Gaussian (Gausssigma1) 731-738 F8.6 --- Gf1 ? Normalisation of 1st Gaussian (Gaussfrac1) 740-749 F10.7 --- Gm2 ? Mean of 2nd Gaussian (Gaussmean2) 751-759 F9.7 --- Gs2 ? Sigma of 2nd Gaussian (Gausssigma2) 761-771 F11.9 --- Gf2 ? Normalisation of 2nd Gaussian (Gaussfrac2) 773-782 F10.7 --- Gm3 ? Mean of 3rd Gaussian (Gaussmean3) 784-792 F9.7 --- Gs3 ? Sigma of 3rd Gaussian (Gausssigma3) 794-804 F11.9 --- Gf3 ? Normalisation of 3rd Gaussian (Gaussfrac3) 806 A1 --- c1 1st minimum distance (c1) (5) 808 A1 --- c2 2nd minimum distance (c2) (5) 810 A1 --- c3 3rd minimum distance (c3) (5) 812 A1 --- c4 4th minimum distance (c4) (5) 814 A1 --- c5 5th minimum distance (c5) (5) 816 A1 --- c6 6th minimum distance (c6) (5) 818 A1 --- c7 7th minimum distance (c7) (5) 820 A1 --- c8 8th minimum distance (c8) (5) 822 A1 --- c9 9th minimum distance (c9) (5) 824 A1 --- c10 10th minimum distance (c10) (5) 826 A1 --- c11 11th minimum distance (c11) (5) 828 A1 --- c12 12th minimum distance (c12) (5) 830 A1 --- c13 13th minimum distance (c13) (5) 832 A1 --- c14 14th minimum distance (c14) (5) 834 A1 --- c15 15th minimum distance (c15) (5) 836 A1 --- c16 16th minimum distance (c16) (5) 838 A1 --- c17 17th minimum distance (c17) (5) 840 A1 --- c18 18th minimum distance (c18) (5) 842 A1 --- c19 19th minimum distance (c19) (5) 844 A1 --- c20 20th minimum distance (c20) (5) 849 I1 --- RepFlag [1]? Repetition flag (Rep_Flag) (6) 854 I1 --- ClSFlag [1]? Cluster star flag (CluStar_Flag) (7) 859 I1 --- FPFlag [1]? Footprint flag FootPrint_Flag) (8) 861-879 I19 --- TGAS ? TGAS target designation (IDTGASsource) 884 I1 --- XTGAS ? Cross-match quality flag TGAS (empty field) (MatchFlag_TGAS) (9) 886-907 F22.18 deg RATGAS ? TGAS right ascension (Ep=2015.0) (RA_TGAS) 909-932 F24.20 deg DETGAS ? TGAS declination (Ep=2015.0) (DE_TGAS) 934-959 F26.20 mas/yr pmRATGAS ? Proper motion RA from TGAS (pmRA_TGAS) 961-981 F21.18 mas/yr e_pmRATGAS ? Error on proper motion RA from TGAS (pmRAerrorTGAS) 983-1007 F25.20 mas/yr pmDETGAS ? Proper motion DE from TGAS (pmDE_TGAS) 1009-1029 F21.18 mas/yr e_pmDETGAS ? Error on proper motion DE from TGAS (pmDEerrorTGAS) 1031-1054 F24.20 mas plxTGAS ? Parallax from TGAS (parallax_TGAS) 1056-1074 F19.17 mas e_plxTGAS ? Error on parallax from TGAS (parallaxerrorTGAS) 1076-1094 F19.16 mag GmagTGAS ? TGAS G magnitude (photgmeanmagTGAS) 1096-1116 F21.11 e-/s GfluxTGAS ? TGAS flux in G band (photgmeanfluxTGAS) 1118-1139 F22.15 e-/s e_GfluxTGAS ? Error on G band flux from TGAS (photgmeanfluxerror_TGAS) 1141-1144 I4 --- Hipparcos ? Hipparcos target designation (ID_Hipparcos) 1146-1157 A12 --- TYCHO2 Tycho-2 target designation (ID_TYCHO2) 1159-1168 F10.8 arcsec distT2 ? Distance to Tycho-2 source (Dist_TYCHO2) 1170-1173 A4 --- XT2 Cross-match quality flag Tycho-2 (MatchFlag_TYCHO2) (9) 1175-1180 F6.3 mag BTmagT2 ? Tycho-2 BT magnitude (BTmag_TYCHO2) 1182-1186 F5.3 mag e_BTmagT2 ? Error on Tycho-2 BT magnitude (eBTmag_TYCHO2) 1188-1193 F6.3 mag VTmagT2 ? Tycho-2 VT magnitude (VTmag_TYCHO2) 1195-1199 F5.3 mag e_VTmagT2 ? Error on Tycho-2 VT magnitude (eVTmag_TYCHO2) 1201-1207 F7.1 mas/yr pmRAT2 ? Proper motion RA from Tycho-2 (pmRA_TYCHO2) 1209-1212 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmRAT2 ? Error on proper motion RA from Tycho-2 (epmRA_TYCHO2) 1214-1220 F7.1 mas/yr pmDET2 ? Proper motion De from Tycho-2 (pmDE_TYCHO2) 1222-1225 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmDET2 ? Error on proper motion DE from Tycho-2 (epmDE_TYCHO2) 1227-1236 A10 --- UCAC4 UCAC4 target designation (ID_UCAC4) 1238-1245 F8.6 arcsec distU4 ? Distance to UCAC4 source (Dist_UCAC4) 1247-1250 A4 --- XU4 Cross-match quality flag UCAC4 (MatchFlag_UCAC4) (9) 1252-1258 F7.1 mas/yr pmRAU4 ? Proper motion RA from UCAC4 (pmRA_UCAC4) 1260-1263 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmRAU4 ? Error on proper motion RA from UCAC4 (epmRA_UCAC4) 1265-1271 F7.1 mas/yr pmDEU4 ? Proper motion DE from UCAC4 (pmDE_UCAC4) 1273-1276 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmDEU4 ? Error on proper motion DE from UCAC4 (epmDE_UCAC4) 1278-1296 I19 --- PPMXL ? PPMXL target designation (ID_PPMXL) 1298-1305 F8.6 arcsec distP ? Distance to PPMXL source (Dist_PPMXL) 1307-1310 A4 --- XP Cross-match quality flag PPMXL (MatchFlag_PPMXL) (9) 1312-1318 F7.1 mas/yr pmRAP ? Proper motion RA from PPMXL (pmRA_PPMXL) 1320-1323 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmRAP ? Error on proper motion RA from PPMXL (epmRA_PPMXL) 1325-1331 F7.1 mas/yr pmDEP ? Proper motion DE from PPMXL (pmDE_PPMXL) 1333-1336 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmDEP ? Error on proper motion DE from PPMXL (epmDE_PPMXL) 1338-1354 A17 --- 2MASS 2MASS target designation (ID_2MASS) 1356-1363 F8.6 arcsec dist2 ? Distance to 2MASS source (Dist_2MASS) 1365-1368 A4 --- X2 Cross-match quality flag 2MASS (MatchFlag_2MASS) (9) 1370-1375 F6.3 mag Jmag2 ? 2MASS J magnitude (Jmag_2MASS) 1377-1381 F5.3 mag e_Jmag2 ? Error on 2MASS J magnitude (eJmag_2MASS) 1383-1388 F6.3 mag Hmag2 ? 2MASS H magnitude (Hmag_2MASS) 1390-1394 F5.3 mag e_Hmag2 ? Error on 2MASS H magnitude (eHmag_2MASS) 1396-1401 F6.3 mag Kmag2 ? 2MASS K magnitude (Kmag_2MASS) 1403-1407 F5.3 mag e_Kmag2 ? Error on 2MASS K magnitude (eKmag_2MASS) 1409-1427 A19 --- ALLWISE ALLWISE target designation (ID_ALLWISE) 1429-1436 F8.6 arcsec distW ? Distance to ALLWISE source (Dist_ALLWISE) 1438-1441 A4 --- XW Cross-match quality flag ALLWISE (MatchFlag_ALLWISE) (9) 1443-1448 F6.3 mag W1magW ? ALLWISE W1 magnitude (W1mag_ALLWISE) 1450-1454 F5.3 mag e_W1magW ? Error on ALLWISE W1 magnitude (eW1mag_ALLWISE) 1456-1461 F6.3 mag W2magW ? ALLWISE W2 magnitude (W2mag_ALLWISE) 1463-1467 F5.3 mag e_W2magW ? Error on ALLWISE W2 magnitude (eW2mag_ALLWISE) 1469-1474 F6.3 mag W3magW ? ALLWISE W3 magnitude (W3mag_ALLWISE) 1476-1480 F5.3 mag e_W3magW ? Error on ALLWISE W3 magnitude (eW3mag_ALLWISE) 1482-1487 F6.3 mag W4magW ? ALLWISE W4 magnitude (W4mag_ALLWISE) 1489-1493 F5.3 mag e_W4magW ? Error on ALLWISE W4 magnitude (eW4mag_ALLWISE) 1495-1498 A4 --- ccflagsW Prioritized artifacts affecting the source in each band (ccflagsALLWISE) 1500-1503 I4 --- extflgW ? Probability source morphology is not consistent with single PSF (extflgALLWISE) 1505-1508 A4 --- varflgW Probability that flux varied in any band greater than amount expected (varflgALLWISE) 1510-1513 A4 mag phqualW Photometric quality of each band A=highest, U=upper limit (phqualALLWISE) 1515-1522 F8.6 arcsec distADR9 ? Distance to APASS DR9 source (Dist_APASSDR9) 1524-1527 A4 --- XADR9 Cross-match quality flag APASSDR9 (MatchFlag_APASSDR9) (9) 1529-1534 F6.3 mag BmagADR9 ? APASS DR9 B magnitude (Bmag_APASSDR9) 1536-1540 F5.3 mag e_BmagADR9 ? Error APASS DR9 B magnitude (eBmag_APASSDR9) 1542-1547 F6.3 mag VmagADR9 ? APASS DR9 V magnitude (Vmag_APASSDR9) 1549-1553 F5.3 mag e_VmagADR9 ? Error APASS DR9 V magnitude (eVmag_APASSDR9) 1555-1560 F6.3 mag gpmagADR9 ? APASS DR9 g' magnitude (gpmag_APASSDR9) 1562-1566 F5.3 mag e_gpmagADR9 ? Error APASS DR9 g' magnitude (egpmag_APASSDR9) 1568-1573 F6.3 mag rpmagADR9 ? APASS DR9 r' magnitude (rpmag_APASSDR9) 1575-1579 F5.3 mag e_rpmagADR9 ? Error APASS DR9 r' magnitude (erpmag_APASSDR9) 1581-1586 F6.3 mag ipmagADR9 ? APASS DR9 i' magnitude (ipmag_APASSDR9) 1588-1592 F5.3 mag e_ipmagADR9 ? Error APASS DR9 i' magnitude (eipmag_APASSDR9) 1594-1609 A16 --- DENIS DENIS target designation (ID_DENIS) 1611-1618 F8.6 arcsec distD ? Distance to DENIS source (Dist_DENIS) 1620-1623 A4 --- XD Cross-match quality flag DENIS (MatchFlag_DENIS) (9) 1625-1629 F5.2 mag ImagD ? DENIS I magnitude (Imag_DENIS) 1631-1634 F4.2 mag e_ImagD ? Error DENIS I magnitude (eImag_DENIS) 1636-1640 F5.2 mag JmagD ? DENIS J magnitude (Jmag_DENIS) 1642-1645 F4.2 mag e_JmagD ? Error DENIS J magnitude (eJmag_DENIS) 1647-1651 F5.2 mag KmagD ? DENIS K magnitude (Kmag_DENIS) 1653-1656 F4.2 mag e_KmagD ? Error DENIS K magnitude (eKmag_DENIS) 1658-1670 A13 --- USNOB1 USNO-B1 target designation (ID_USNOB1) 1672-1679 F8.6 arcsec distUB1 ? Distance to USNO-B1 source (Dist_USNOB1) 1681-1684 A4 --- XUB1 Cross-match quality flag USNO-B1 (MatchFlag_USNOB1) (9) 1686-1690 F5.2 mag B1magUB1 ? USNO-B1 B1 magnitude (B1mag_USNOB1) 1692-1696 F5.2 mag R1magUB1 ? USNO-B1 R1 magnitude (R1mag_USNOB1) 1698-1702 F5.2 mag B2magUB1 ? USNO-B1 B2 magnitude (B2mag_USNOB1) 1704-1708 F5.2 mag R2magUB1 ? USNO-B1 R2 magnitude (R2mag_USNOB1) 1710-1714 F5.2 mag ImagUB1 ? USNO-B1 I magnitude (Imag_USNOB1) 1716-1720 I5 mas/yr pmRAUB1 ? Proper motion RA from USNO-B1 (pmRA_USNOB1) 1722-1725 I4 mas/yr e_pmRAUB1 ? Error on proper motion RA from USNO-B1 1727-1731 I5 mas/yr pmDEUB1 ? Proper motion DE from USNO-B1 (pmDE_USNOB1) 1733-1736 I4 mas/yr e_pmDEUB1 ? Error on proper motion DE from USNO-B1 1738-1745 I8 "YYYYMMDD" Obsdate ! Observation date (Obsdate) 1747-1754 A8 --- FieldName ! Name of RAVE field (FieldName) 1756-1758 I3 --- FiberNb [1/150] Fiber number (FiberNumber) 1760 I1 --- PlateNb [1/3] Plate number (PlateNumber) 1762-1775 F14.8 d MJDOBS Modified Julian date of observation (MJD_OBS) 1777-1784 A8 "h:m:s" LSTstart Exposure start in Local sideral time (LST_start) 1786-1793 A8 "h:m:s" LSTend Exposure end in local sideral time (LST_end) 1795-1802 A8 "h:m:s" UTCstart Exposure start in UTC (UTC_start) 1804-1811 A8 "h:m:s" UTCend Exposure end in UTC (UTC_end)
Note (1): HEALPix values were computed using the resolution parameter Nside=4096 (resolution index of 12) and the NESTED numbering scheme. Any lower-resolution index HEALPix value can be computed from the given one by dividing it by 4(12-n) where n < 12 is the desired resolution index. Note (2): Originating from: X_K = indicates values from Stellar Parameter Pipeline, cXK = indicates a calibrated value, X_c = indicates values from Chemical Pipeline, X_S = indicates values of Radial Velocity Pipeline SPARV V5.x (used in DR3). Note (3): 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 (4): Cross-identification flag as follows: IRFM = Temperature derived from infrared flux method CTRL = Temperature computed via color-Teff relations NO = No temperature derivation possible Note (5): 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 Note (6): repetition flag 0 = single observation 1 = more than one observation Note (7): Cluster star flag 0 = not a targeted cluster observation 1 = targeted cluster observation Note (8): footprint flag 0 = star in RAVE selection function footprint 1 = outside footprint Note (9): 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 (10): From Binney et al., 2014MNRAS.437..351B.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: rave_gra.dat
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1- 21 A21 --- Name ! Target designation (RAVEOBSID) 23- 26 F4.2 [cm/s2] loggSC ? Log gravity calibrated astroseismically (logg_SC) 28- 31 F4.2 [cm/s2] e_loggSC ? Error on loggSC (elogg_SC) 33 I1 --- Flag050 [0/1] Difference between loggSC and loggK less than 0.5dex (1=true, 0=false) (Flag050) 38 I1 --- Flag075 [0/1]? Difference between loggSC and loggK less than 0.75dex (1=true, 0=false) (Flag075) 43 I1 --- FlagM [0/1]? Normal star, meaning c1-c20 are all "n" (1=true, 0=false) (Flag_M) 45- 48 I4 K TeffIR ? Temperature from infrared flux (Teff_IR) 50- 54 F5.2 [-] [Mg/H] ? Abundance of Mg (Mg) (2) 56- 59 I4 --- o_[Mg/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Mg_N) 61- 65 F5.2 [-] [Al/H] ? Abundance of Al (Al) (2) 67- 70 I4 --- o_[Al/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Al_N) 72- 76 F5.2 [-] [Si/H] ? Abundance of Si (Si) (2) 78- 81 I4 --- o_[Si/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Si_N) 83- 87 F5.2 [-] [Ti/H] ? Abundance of Ti (Ti) (2) 89- 92 I4 --- o_[Ti/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Ti_N) 94- 98 F5.2 [-] [Fe/H] ? Abundance of Fe (Fe) (2) 100-103 I4 --- o_[Fe/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Fe_N) 105-109 F5.2 [-] [Ni/H] ? Abundance of Ni (Ni) (2) 111-114 I4 --- o_[Ni/H] ? Number of used spectral lines for calculation (Ni_N) 116-120 F5.2 [-] [a/Fe]c ? Alpha-enhancement from chemical pipeline (Alpha_c) 122-130 F9.1 --- CHISQc ? Chi-square of chemical pipeline (CHISQ_c) (2) 132-135 F4.2 --- fracc ? Fraction of spectrum used for calculation of abundances (frac_c) 137-148 F12.8 mag AVSchl ? Total extinction in V-band from Schlegel et al. (1998ApJ...500..525S) (AV_Schlegel) 150-158 F9.3 kpc Dist ? Spectrophotometric distance (distance) (1) 160-168 F9.4 kpc e_Dist ? Error on distance (edistance) (1) 170-182 F13.10 --- logAv ? Log Av extinction (log_Av) (1) 184-192 F9.7 --- e_logAv ? Error on LogAv (elog_Av) (1) 194-201 F8.6 mas plx ? Spectrophotometric parallax (parallax) (1) 203-211 F9.7 mas e_plx ? Error on plx (eparallax) (1) 213-220 F8.5 --- DM ? Distance modulus (DistanceModulus_Binney) (1) 222-229 F8.6 --- e_DM ? Error on DM (eDistanceModulus_Binney) (1) 231-234 I4 --- FFB ? Fit flag see sec.3 of Binney et al. (2014MNRAS.437..351B) (FitFlagBinney) 236-239 I4 --- FQB ? Fit quality "F" given by Eq. 15 of Binney et al. (2014MNRAS.437..351B) (FitQuality_Binney) 241-244 I4 --- NGauss ? Number of components required for multi-Gaussian distance modulus fit (NGaussfit) 246-253 F8.5 --- Gm1 ? Mean of 1st Gaussian (Gaussmean1) 255-263 F9.7 --- Gs1 ? Sigma of 1st Gaussian (Gausssigma1) 265-272 F8.6 --- Gf1 ? Normalisation of 1st Gaussian (Gaussfrac1) 274-281 F8.5 --- Gm2 ? Mean of 2nd Gaussian (Gaussmean2) 283-291 F9.7 --- Gs2 ? Sigma of 2nd Gaussian (Gausssigma2) 293-301 F9.7 --- Gf2 ? Normalisation of 2nd Gaussian (Gaussfrac2) 303-310 F8.5 --- Gm3 ? Mean of 3rd Gaussian (Gaussmean3) 312-320 F9.7 --- Gs3 ? Sigma of 3rd Gaussian (Gausssigma3) 322-331 F10.8 --- Gf3 ? Normalisation of 3rd Gaussian (Gaussfrac3)
Note (1): From Binney et al., 2014MNRAS.437..351B. Note (2): Values from Chemical Pipeline.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: rave_on.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 21 A21 --- Name ! Target designation (RAVEOBSID) 23- 38 A16 --- RAVE ! RAVE designation(JHHMMSS.S+DDMMSS) (RAVEID) 40- 60 F21.17 deg RAdeg Right ascension (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) (RAdeg) 62- 84 F23.19 deg DEdeg Declination (J2000.0, Ep=J2000) (DEdeg) 86- 94 F9.3 km/s HRV Heliocentric radial velocity (HRV) 96-103 F8.3 km/s e_HRV Error on HRV (eHRV) 105-140 F36.29 km/s s_HRV ?=- Standard deviation in HRV from 10 resampled spectra (StdDev_HRV) 142-174 F33.28 km/s S_HRV ?=- Median absolute deviation in HRV from 10 resampled spectra (MAD_HRV) 176-181 F6.2 --- R Tonry-Davis R correlation coefficient (CorrelationCoeff) 183-187 F5.3 --- hcp Height of correlation peak (PeakHeight) 189-196 F8.3 km/s wcp Width of correlation peak (PeakWidth) 198-204 F7.3 km/s cRV Zero point correction applied HRV (CorrectionRV) 206-213 F8.3 km/s HRVsky Measured HRV of sky (SkyRV) 215-222 F8.3 km/s e_HRVsky Error HRV of sky (eSkyRV) 224-228 F5.2 --- Rsky Correlation Coefficient R of sky (SkyCorrelationCoeff) 230-233 I4 km/s VrotS ?=- Rotational Velocity from SPARV pipeline (Vrot_SPARV) 235-238 A4 --- ZPFLAG Quality Flag for ZeroPoint correction (ZeroPointFLAG) (1) 240 A1 --- c1 1st minimum distance (c1) (2) 242 A1 --- c2 2nd minimum distance (c2) (2) 244 A1 --- c3 3rd minimum distance (c3) (2) 246 A1 --- c4 4th minimum distance (c4) (2) 248 A1 --- c5 5th minimum distance (c5) (2) 250 A1 --- c6 6th minimum distance (c6) (2) 252 A1 --- c7 7th minimum distance (c7) (2) 254 A1 --- c8 8th minimum distance (c8) (2) 256 A1 --- c9 9th minimum distance (c9) (2) 258 A1 --- c10 10th minimum distance (c10) (2) 260 A1 --- c11 11th minimum distance (c11) (2) 262 A1 --- c12 12th minimum distance (c12) (2) 264 A1 --- c13 13th minimum distance (c13) (2) 266 A1 --- c14 14th minimum distance (c14) (2) 268 A1 --- c15 15th minimum distance (c15) (2) 270 A1 --- c16 16th minimum distance (c16) (2) 272 A1 --- c17 17th minimum distance (c17) (2) 274 A1 --- c18 18th minimum distance (c18) (2) 276 A1 --- c19 19th minimum distance (c19) (2) 278 A1 --- c20 20th minimum distance (c20) (2) 280-298 F19.13 K Teff ?=- Effective temperature (TEFF) (3) 300-321 F22.19 [cm/s2] logg ?=- Log gravity (LOGG) (3) 323-348 F26.23 [-] [Fe/H] ?=- Abundance of Fe (FE_H) (3) 350-374 F25.22 [-] [O/H] ?=- Abundance of O (O_H) (3) 376-400 F25.22 [-] [Mg/H] ?=- Abundance of Mg (MG_H) (3) 402-425 F24.21 [-] [Al/H] ?=- Abundance of Al (AL_H) (3) 427-452 F26.23 [-] [Si/H] ?=- Abundance of Si (SI_H) (3) 454-480 F27.24 [-] [Ca/H] ?=- Abundance of Ca (CA_H) (3) 482-505 F24.21 [-] [Ni/H] ?=- Abundance of Ni (NI_H) (3) 507-525 F19.14 K e_Teff ?=- Error on effective temperature (e_TEFF) (3) 527-545 F19.17 [cm/s2] e_logg ?=- Error on log gravity (E_LOGG) (3) 547-566 F20.18 [-] e_[Fe/H] ?=- Error on [Fe/H] (EFEH) (3) 568-586 F19.17 [-] e_[O/H] ?=- Error on [O/H] (EOH) (3) 588-606 F19.17 [-] e_[Mg/H] ?=- Error on [Mg/H] (EMGH) (3) 608-626 F19.17 [-] e_[Al/H] ?=- Error on [Al/H] (EALH) (3) 628-646 F19.17 [-] e_[Si/H] ?=- Error on [Si/H] (ESIH) (3) 648-666 F19.17 [-] e_[Ca/H] ?=- Error on [Ca/H] (ECAH) (3) 668-687 F20.18 [-] e_[Ni/H] ?=- Error on [Ni/H] (ENIH) (3) 689-712 F24.20 --- SNR ? Signal to noise ratio (SNR) (3) 714-743 F30.17 --- RCHISQ ? Chi-square (RCHISQ) (3) 745 I1 --- QC Quality flag (QC) (3)
Note (1): Flag value of the form FGSH as follows: 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 (2): 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 Note (3): From Casey et al. (2016, arXiv:1609.02914)
Byte-by-byte Description of file: rave_com.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 5 I5 --- HEALPix32 Hierarchical Equal-Area iso-Latitude Pixelisation value (N_side = 4096) (1) 7 I1 --- CF00.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 9 I1 --- CF00.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 11 I1 --- CF00.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 13 I1 --- CF00.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 15 I1 --- CF00.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 17 I1 --- CF00.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 19 I1 --- CF00.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 21 I1 --- CF00.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 23 I1 --- CF00.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 25 I1 --- CF00.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 27 I1 --- CF01.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 29 I1 --- CF01.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 31 I1 --- CF01.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 33 I1 --- CF01.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 35 I1 --- CF01.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 37 I1 --- CF01.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 39 I1 --- CF01.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 41 I1 --- CF01.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 43 I1 --- CF01.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 45 I1 --- CF01.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 47 I1 --- CF02.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 49 I1 --- CF02.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 51 I1 --- CF02.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 53 I1 --- CF02.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 55 I1 --- CF02.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 57 I1 --- CF02.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 59 I1 --- CF02.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 61 I1 --- CF02.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 63 I1 --- CF02.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 65 I1 --- CF02.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 67 I1 --- CF03.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 69 I1 --- CF03.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 71 I1 --- CF03.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 73 I1 --- CF03.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 75 I1 --- CF03.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 77 I1 --- CF03.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 79 I1 --- CF03.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 81 I1 --- CF03.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 83 I1 --- CF03.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 85 I1 --- CF03.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 87 I1 --- CF04.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 89 I1 --- CF04.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 91 I1 --- CF04.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 93 I1 --- CF04.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 95 I1 --- CF04.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 97 I1 --- CF04.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 99 I1 --- CF04.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 101 I1 --- CF04.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 103 I1 --- CF04.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 105 I1 --- CF04.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 107 I1 --- CF05.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 109 I1 --- CF05.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 111 I1 --- CF05.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 113 I1 --- CF05.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 115-117 F3.1 --- CF05.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 119 I1 --- CF05.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 121 I1 --- CF05.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 123 I1 --- CF05.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 125 I1 --- CF05.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 127 I1 --- CF05.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 129 I1 --- CF06.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 131 I1 --- CF06.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 133 I1 --- CF06.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 135-142 F8.6 --- CF06.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 144-151 F8.6 --- CF06.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 153-155 F3.1 --- CF06.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 157-159 F3.1 --- CF06.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 161-168 F8.6 --- CF06.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 170-177 F8.6 --- CF06.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 179-181 F3.1 --- CF06.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 183-190 F8.6 --- CF07.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 192-199 F8.6 --- CF07.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 201-208 F8.6 --- CF07.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 210-217 F8.6 --- CF07.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 219-226 F8.6 --- CF07.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 228-235 F8.6 --- CF07.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 237-244 F8.6 --- CF07.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 246-253 F8.6 --- CF07.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 255-262 F8.6 --- CF07.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 264-271 F8.6 --- CF07.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 273-280 F8.6 --- CF08.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 282-289 F8.6 --- CF08.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 291-298 F8.6 --- CF08.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 300-307 F8.6 --- CF08.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 309-316 F8.6 --- CF08.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 318-326 F9.7 --- CF08.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 328-336 F9.7 --- CF08.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 338-345 F8.6 --- CF08.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 347-355 F9.7 --- CF08.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 357-364 F8.6 --- CF08.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 366-374 F9.7 --- CF09.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 376-384 F9.7 --- CF09.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 386-394 F9.7 --- CF09.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 396-404 F9.7 --- CF09.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 406-414 F9.7 --- CF09.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 416-424 F9.7 --- CF09.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 426-434 F9.7 --- CF09.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 436-444 F9.7 --- CF09.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 446-454 F9.7 --- CF09.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 456-464 F9.7 --- CF09.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 466-474 F9.7 --- CF10.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 476-484 F9.7 --- CF10.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 486-494 F9.7 --- CF10.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 496-504 F9.7 --- CF10.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 506-514 F9.7 --- CF10.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 516-524 F9.7 --- CF10.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 526-534 F9.7 --- CF10.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 536-544 F9.7 --- CF10.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 546-554 F9.7 --- CF10.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 556-564 F9.7 --- CF10.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 566-574 F9.7 --- CF11.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 576-584 F9.7 --- CF11.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 586-595 F10.8 --- CF11.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 597-606 F10.8 --- CF11.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 608-617 F10.8 --- CF11.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 619-628 F10.8 --- CF11.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 630-639 F10.8 --- CF11.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 641-650 F10.8 --- CF11.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 652-661 F10.8 --- CF11.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 663-672 F10.8 --- CF11.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 674-683 F10.8 --- CF12.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 685-694 F10.8 --- CF12.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 696-705 F10.8 --- CF12.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 707-716 F10.8 --- CF12.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 718-727 F10.8 --- CF12.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 729-738 F10.8 --- CF12.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 740-749 F10.8 --- CF12.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 751-760 F10.8 --- CF12.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 762-771 F10.8 --- CF12.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 773-782 F10.8 --- CF12.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 784-793 F10.8 --- CF13.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 795-804 F10.8 --- CF13.1 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 806-815 F10.8 --- CF13.2 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 817-826 F10.8 --- CF13.3 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 828-837 F10.8 --- CF13.4 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 839-848 F10.8 --- CF13.5 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 850-859 F10.8 --- CF13.6 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 861-870 F10.8 --- CF13.7 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 872-881 F10.8 --- CF13.8 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 883-892 F10.8 --- CF13.9 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS) 894-905 F12.10 --- CF14.0 Completness fraction (N_RAVE / N_2MASS)
Note (1): HEALPix values were computed using the resolution parameter Nside=4096 (resolution index of 12) and the NESTED numbering scheme. Any lower-resolution index HEALPix value can be computed from the given one by dividing it by 4(12-n) where n<12 is the desired resolution index.
Acknowledgements: Arnaud Siebert,
(End) Arnaud Siebert, Patricia Vannier [CDS] 02-Feb-2017
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