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J/ApJS/125/161
  A database of dense cores mapped in ammonia (Jijina+, 1999)
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1.J/ApJS/125/161/tablea1Core location, method of observation, and references (339 rows)

 
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ShowSortColumn  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  Seq  (i) Datase reference number (Note G1)   (meta.bib)
  n_Seq (char) Note on Seq (Note G2)   (meta.note)
  Name (char) Source name of the core (Note 3)   (meta.id;meta.main)
  RA1950 "h:m:s" (i) Right ascension (1950) (Note 4)   (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  DE1950 "d:m:s" (i) Declination (1950) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  Tel (char) Observational parameters (Note 5)   (meta.id;instr.obsty)
  SFR (char) Name of the prominent star-forming region, to which the dense core belongs, or the Bok globule name where relevant. (meta.id)
  Dist kpc (n) Distance to the core (pos.distance)
  n_Dist (char) [u?] Uncertainty flag on Dist (meta.note)
  ref(1) (char) References, in refs.dat file (Note 6)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)
  ref(2) (char) References, in refs.dat file (Note 6)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)
  Names (char) Other names of the core (meta.id)
  _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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