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  LAMOST obs. in the Kepler field. I. (De Cat+, 2015)
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1.J/ApJS/220/19/table4Database of the LAMOST spectra obtained for the LAMOST-Kepler project: information extracted or derived from the headers of the LAMOST 1D fits files (101086 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  File (char) (i) LAMOST 1D FITS file name (;meta.file)
  K (char) additional information about cross-identified KIC (meta.ref.url)
  Target (char) Final identification of target (KIC or USNO-A2.0 number) (
  ID (char) Identifier from LAMOST 1D FITS file (;meta.main)
  obs s (n)Date of the mid-exposure (time.epoch)
  Type (char) Target type (Note 1)   (meta.code)
  KO (char) Kepler mission data availability; Y=yes and N=No (meta.code)
  Slit (char) Slit position (Note 2)   (meta.code)
  Version (char) Most recent pipeline version identifier (Note 3)   (
  RAJ2000 deg (i) Right Ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) (Note 4)   (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  DEJ2000 deg (i) Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) (Note 4)   (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  mType (char) Type of magnitude from LAMOST 1D FITS file (meta.code;instr.filter)
  mag mag [0/19.5] Observed magnitude from MAGType (phot.mag)
  S/N(r)   [0/999] Signal-to-Noise in the r-band (Note 5)   (stat.snr)
  Note (char) Additional notes (see notes.dat file) (meta.note)

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