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J/AJ/105/1251
  Velocities in Pisces-Perseus supercluster. (Wegner+, 1993)
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1.J/AJ/105/1251/table2Parameters of objects observed at 21 cm (315 rows)

 
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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  CGCG (char) Identification in the Catalog of Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies (Zwicky et al. 1961-68 (CGCG)), that is the field number and then the entry number within that field (meta.id)
  UGC  (n) [1/12921] Uppsala General Catalog (UGC) entry number (Nilson 1973) (meta.id)
  m_UGC (char) UGC component designation (meta.code.multip)
  n_NGC/IC (char) New General Catalogue (NGC) or Index Catalog (IC) indicator, 'N' or 'I', respectively (meta.note)
  NGC/IC  (n) NGC/IC number (meta.id;meta.main)
  RA1950 "h:m:s" (i) Right ascension 1950 (Note 1)   (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  DE1950 "d:m:s" (i) Declination 1950 (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  T (char) Morphological type code index (Note 2)   (meta.code;src.morph.type)
  a arcmin (n) Major diameter from the UGC where available or else measured by eye from the PSS prints (phys.angSize)
  b arcmin (n) Minor diameter (phys.angSize)

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  i deg (n) [0/180[ Inclination derived from the axial ratio following Haynes & Giovanelli (HG84). (src.orbital.inclination)
  m(z) mag (n) Magnitude given in the CGCG or the UGC. (phot.mag;em.opt)
  m(c) mag (n) Corrected magnitude, after applying the corrections for galactic and internal extinction, redshift and systematic effects as discussed by HG84. (phot.mag;em.opt.B)
  RV km/s 21 cm line heliocentric velocity (Note 6)   (spect.dopplerVeloc;em.radio.750-1500MHz;spect.line)
  V(0) km/s Adopted Local Group velocity (Note 7)   (phys.veloc;pos.lg)
  W1 km/s (n) Observed 21 cm profile width, measured at a level of 50% of the mean signal intensity. (spect.line.width)
  W2 km/s (n) Observed 21 cm profile width, measured at a level of 20% of the peak signal intensity. (spect.line.width)
  Wc km/s (n) 21 cm profile width corrected for viewing inclination and to the rest frame of the observer (spect.line.width)
  Fobs Jy.km/s (n) Observed 21 cm line flux (phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz;spect.line)
  Fc Jy.km/s (n) 21 cm line flux, after correction for pointing, beam dilution, and internal absorption following HG84. (phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz;spect.line)
  NWc mJy (n) rms noise in baseline 21 cm line profile, where available. (stat.stdev;instr.det.noise)
  snr  (n) Signal-to-noise ratio of HI emission spectrum, measured as the ratio of peak signal flux to e_Wc, where available. (stat.snr;phys.emissMeasure)
  log(L) [solLum] (n) Logarithm of optical luminosity, log10(h^2 L), with h = H0/100 km/s/Mpc. (phys.luminosity)
  log(M_H_) [solMass](n) Logarithm of HI mass , log10(h^2 M(H)). (phys.mass)
  Tel (char) [012B] Telescope identification code for HI observations (Note 3)   (meta.id;instr.tel)
  Q   [0/5] Quality code for HI detection (Note 4)   (meta.code.qual;instr.saturation)
  Ref   [1/6] Reference code for HI data (Note 5)   (meta.note)
  Note (char) Note flag (see file notes2.dat) (meta.note)
  _RA.icrs "h:m:s" (n)(i) Right ascension (ICRS) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data) (pos.eq.ra)
  _DE.icrs "d:m:s" (n)(i) Declination (ICRS) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data) (pos.eq.dec)

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