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J/A+A/467/565
  z=1-3 ULIRGs from the Spitzer SWIRE survey (Berta+, 2007)
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1.J/A+A/467/565/table1(c)Summary of observations (10 rows)
2.J/A+A/467/565/table2(c)Data for IR-peak sources included in slit, sorted by field (35 rows)
3.J/A+A/467/565/linesDetected lines for IR-peak targets, sorted by mask (tables 3 and 4 of paper) (73 rows)
4.J/A+A/467/565/data(c)Results mask (tables 5 and 6 of paper) (249 rows)

 
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Column  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  (1)Mask (char) Each mask is named with the identification number of its primary target (meta.id;instr)
  (1)RAJ2000 "h:m:s" (i) Right ascension (Eq=J2000, Ep=J2006.4) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (1)DEJ2000 "d:m:s" (i) Declination (Eq=J2000, Ep=J2006.4) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (1)PA deg Position angle (pos.posAng)
  (1)AM  Air mass (obs.airMass)
  (1)Texp s Exposition time (time.duration;obs.exposure)
  (1)Nslits  Number of slitlets (meta.number)
  (1)Np  Number of IR-peakers (meta.number)
  (1)Nz  Number of measured spectroscopic redshifts without accounting for serendipitous sources (meta.number)
  (2+3+4)[BLS2007] (char) (i) SWIRE object name (meta.id;meta.main)

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  (2+4)RAJ2000 deg (i) Right ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (2+4)DEJ2000 deg (i) Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (2)rmag mag r magnitude in VEGA system (phot.mag;em.opt.R)
  (2)S3.6um uJy Flux density at 3.6um (phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)S4.5um uJy Flux density at 4.5um (phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)S5.8um uJy (n) Flux density at 5.8um (phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)S8.0um uJy (n) Flux density at 8.0um (phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um)
  (2)S24um uJy (n) Flux density at 24um (phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um)
  (2+4)phClass (char) Photometric classification (Note G1)   (meta.note;phot)
  (2+4)spClass (char) Spectral class (Note G2)   (src.class)
  (2)zsp  (n) Spectrosocopic redshift (src.redshift)
  (2)zph  Photometric redshift (src.redshift)
  (3+4)Ngt (char) Night number (1 for 2) (meta.id;obs)

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(n) indicates a possible blank or NULL column(i)indexed column
  (3)blue1 0.1nm (n) Observed blue wavelength interval (em.wl)
  (3)blue2 0.1nm (n) Observed blue wavelength interval (em.wl)
  (3)red1 0.1nm (n) Observed red wavelength interval (em.wl)
  (3)red2 0.1nm (n) Observed red wavelength interval (em.wl)
  (3)lambda 0.1nm (n) Wavelength (em.wl)
  (3)l_EW (char) Limit flag on EW (meta.code.error;spect.line.eqWidth)
  (3)EW 0.1nm (n) Equivalent width (spect.line.eqWidth)
  (3)l_FWHM (char) Limit flag on FWHM (meta.code.error;phys.angSize)
  (3)FWHM 0.1nm (n) Full width at half maximum, corrected for the instrumental resolution (spect.line.width)
  (3)Lines (char) Identification of detected spectral features (meta.id)
  (3)z  (n) Computed spectroscopic redshift (src.redshift)
  (4)n_[BLS2007] (char) [s] (s) indicates serendipitous sources (meta.note)
  (4)Nem  (n) Number of detected emission lines (meta.id;instr.obsty)

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  (4)Nabs  (n) Number of detected absorption lines (meta.number)
  (4)zspec  (n) Measured spectroscopic redshift (src.redshift)
  (4)zphot  (n) Estimated photometric redshift (Note 1)   (src.redshift)

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