IX/13 The 2E Catalogue (Harris+ 1994)
EINSTEIN Observatory catalog of IPC X-ray sources Harris D.E., Forman W, Gioa I.M., Hale J.A., Harnden Jr. F.R., Jones C., Karakashian T., Maccacaro T., McSweeney J.D., Primnini F.A., Schwarz J., Tananbaum H.D., Thurman J. <SAO HEAD CD-ROM Series I (Einstein), Nos 18-36 (1994)>
ADC_Keywords: X-ray sources Mission_Name: Einstein Description: This catalog contains sources from EINSTEIN IPC (Imaging Proportional counter aboard the EINSTEIN (HEAO 2) satellite, in orbit between November 1978 and April 1981) detected during pointed observations. Note that a single source may have more than one entry in the catalog. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file 2e.dat 114 5948 The catalogue
See also: The IPC Slew Survey (1ES) catalog ftp://einline.harvard.edu : the Einstein On-Line System FTP service http://hea-www.harvard.edu/einstein/Ein_home/ein_welcome.html : the Einstein Home Page at Harvard. Byte-by-byte Description of file: 2e.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 I4 --- CATNUM [1/4809]+= Catalogue number of the source (1) 5- 10 I6 --- SEQNUM Sequence number for the observation 11- 13 I3 --- FLDNUM Field number of the source 14- 16 I3 h RAh Right ascension 1950 (hours) 17- 19 I3 min RAm Right ascension 1950 (minutes) 20- 24 F5.1 s RAs Right ascension 1950 (seconds) 26 A1 --- DE- Declination 1950 (sign) 27- 28 I2 deg DEd Declination 1950 (degrees) 29- 31 I3 arcmin DEm Declination 1950 (minutes) 32- 34 I3 arcsec DEs Declination 1950 (seconds) 35- 38 I4 arcsec PosErr Positional error (arcsec) 39- 48 F10.5 ct/s Crate Corrected count rate 49- 56 F8.5 ct/s e_Crate Error on the count rate 57- 64 F8.1 s LivTime Live time (in seconds, at the field center) 65- 73 F9.1 --- NetCount Net counts in the detect cell 74- 81 F8.1 --- BkgCount Background counts in the detect cell 82- 87 F6.1 --- S/N Signal to noise ratio for the detection 88- 94 F7.1 --- SizCor Size correction factor (2) 95- 99 I5 --- RECode Ribs and edges code (3) 100-104 F5.1 arcmin OffAxis Dist. between source & field center (arcmin) 105-110 A6 --- SrcFlag [AaHLEI ] Source flags (4) 111-114 A4 --- RefFlag Reference and identification flag (5)
Note (1): The name can either be of the form 2E CATNUM, or be based on 1950 positions (format 2E HHMM.M+DDMM) Note (2): The size correction is a factor which serves to correct all intensity measurements (optimized for point sources) of resolved sources for the x-ray flux ignored by the detection box measurements. SizCor is defined as the ratio of the intensity contained within the 3 sigma contour to the intensity within the detection box (2.4'x2.4'), the latter value corrected for the point response function and mirror scattering. Note (3): RECode is a numeric flag with non-zero values indicating that the detection cell falls near or on a rib shadow or detector edge. The code contains two embedded numbers expressed in 4 digits: the first two (thousands and hundreds) give the total number (max # = 16) of frame subcells shadowed by the ribs or masked field edge; the last two (tens and units digits) give the total number of subcells (maximum = 09) within the detect box which are shadowed. Note (4): The flags are: A - additional detections of this source were achieved in other observations a - Probably should be paired with another detection; but separation exceeded cutoff and thus not assigned an "A" flag. H - a hardness ratio is available L - the source was detected only with the local detect method E - intensity corrected for source near the exposure cutoff at the field edge. I - source detected by local detect near a field edge. Intensity adjusted to remove redundant exposure corrections. Note (5): The reference indicator serves to alert the user to the following bibliographic information: AGN Active Galactic Nucleus BL BL Lac object CLG Cluster (or group) of galaxies CV Cataclysmic Variable G Galaxy GLB Globular Cluster P Pulsar Q Quasar RS Radio source S Star SNR Supernova Remnant SY Seyfert Galaxy * Reference available, but no optical class + Generic indicator which means possible ID lies from 100-150 arcseconds from source location.
History: The catalogue was prepared from the Einline version by Jean-Marie Hameury (Strasbourg Observatory) in October 1996.
(End) Jean-Marie Hameury [Strasbourg] 1996-Oct-25
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