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J/A+A/439/433       RIJ photometry of stars around PSR B1718-19 (Janssen+, 2005)

Observations of the binary pulsar system PSR B1718-19. The role of tidal circularization. Janssen T., Van Kerkwijk M.H. <Astron. Astrophys. 439, 433 (2005)> =2005A&A...439..433J
ADC_Keywords: Pulsars ; Binaries, eclipsing ; Photometry, infrared Keywords: binaries: eclipsing - pulsars: individual (PSR B1718-19) - stellar dynamics Description: In our paper we present VLT-observations in R, I and J of the candidate companion of PSR B1718-19, and also make use of HST observations in F702W, previously presented in Van Kerkwijk et al., 2000ApJ...529..428V. We make available online our astrometry and photometry including error-bars. The field-size is approximately 34x34 arcsec (F702W), 80x80 arcsec (R & I), and 89x89 arcsec (J). Objects: ---------------------------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) ---------------------------------------------------------- 17 21 01.5 -19 36 51 PSR B1718-19 = EQ J1721-1936 ---------------------------------------------------------- File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table2.dat 97 2390 Positions and apparent magnitudes of the candidate companion of PSR B1718-19 and surrounding stars
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 I4 --- Seq Star label 7- 20 F14.10 deg RAdeg Right ascension (J2000) (1) 23- 36 F14.10 deg DEdeg Declination (J2000) (1) 39- 47 F9.3 mag Rmag ?=0.000 Apparent magnitude in R (657nm) (2) 49- 57 F9.3 mag e_Rmag ?=0.000 Sigma of apparent magnitude in R (3) 59- 67 F9.3 mag Imag ?=0.000 Apparent magnitude in I (768nm) (2) 69- 77 F9.3 mag e_Imag ?=0.000 Sigma of apparent magnitude in I (3) 79- 87 F9.3 mag Jmag ?=0.000 Apparent magnitude in J (1.25um) (2) 89- 97 F9.3 mag e_Jmag ?=0.000 Sigma of apparent magnitude in J (3)
Note (1): The uncertainty in the zero-point of the astrometry is 0.06arcsec (see Van Kerkwijk et al., 2000ApJ...529..428V). For this table only the HST/F702W-astrometry has been corrected for field distortion, using the standard correction of HSTPhot. For VLT/FORS-bands R & I the distortion is small (smaller than ∼0.15arcsec), as the astrometry and photometry is done on a subframe measuring 400x400 pixels (out of a total of 2048x2048 pixels). For VLT/ISAAC-band J the distortion is larger (amounting up to ∼0.3arcsec at the edges of the subframe). Consequently, the uncertainty in the astrometry is expected to be lowest in F702W, intermediate in R & I, and highest in J. The astrometry listed in this table has therefore been done in one of the filters F702W, I, R, or J (in that order) if a detection occurred in that filter. Note (2): Value 0.000 means no detection or cross-identification occurred in that filter. Note (3): The uncertainty in the photometric zero-point is 0.02 (J) or smaller than 0.03 (R & I). These uncertainties have not been added to the error-bars listed in this table.
Acknowledgements: T. Janssen, T.Janssen(at) References: Van Kerkwijk et al., Paper I 2000ApJ...529..428V
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 05-Apr-2005
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