========================================================================== J/A+A/523/A48 Gaia broad band photometry (Jordi+, 2010) The following files can be converted to FITS (extension .fit or fit.gz) table11.dat table12.dat table13.dat ========================================================================== Query from: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR?-source=J/A+A/523/A48 ==========================================================================
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/A+A/523/A48 Gaia photometry (Jordi+, 2010) ================================================================================ Gaia broad band photometry. Jordi C., Gebran M., Carrasco J.M., de Bruijne J., Voss H., Fabricius C., Knude J., Vallenari A., Kohley R., Mora A. <Astron. Astrophys. 523, A48 (2010)> =2010A&A...523A..48J ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, fundamental ; Photometry, UBVRI ; Photometry, ugriz; Photometry, sequences ; Photometry, special systems Keywords: instrumentation: photometers - techniques: photometric - Galaxy: general - dust, extinction - stars: evolutions Abstract: The scientific community needs to be prepared to analyse the data from Gaia, one of the most ambitious ESA space missions, which is to be launched in 2012. The purpose of this paper is to provide data and tools to predict how Gaia photometry is expected to be. To do so, we provide relationships among colours involving Gaia magnitudes (white light G, blue GBP, red GRP and GRVS bands) and colours from other commonly used photometric systems (Johnson-Cousins, SDSS, Hipparcos and Tycho). The most up-to-date information from industrial partners has been used to define the nominal passbands, and based on the BaSeL3.1 stellar spectral energy distribution library, relationships were obtained for stars with different reddening values, ranges of temperatures, surface gravities and metallicities. The transformations involving Gaia and Johnson-Cousins V-I_C_ and SDSS g-z colours have the lowest residuals. A polynomial expression for the relation between the effective temperature and the colour G_BP_-G_RP_ was derived for stars with Teff higher than 4500K. For stars with Teff smaller than 4500K, dispersions exist in gravity and metallicity for each absorption value in g-r and r-i. Transformations involving two Johnson or two SDSS colours yield lower residuals than using only one colour. We also computed several ratios of total-to-selective absorption including absorption A_G_ in the G band and colour excess E(G_BP_-G_RP_) for our sample stars. A relationship involving A_G_/A_V_ and the intrinsic (V-I_C_) colour is provided. The derived Gaia passbands have been used to compute tracks and isochrones using the Padova and BASTI models, and the passbands have been included in both web sites. Finally, the performances of the predicted Gaia magnitudes have been estimated according to the magnitude and the celestial coordinates of the star. The provided dependencies among colours can be used for planning scientific exploitation of Gaia data, performing simulations of the Gaia-like sky, planning ground-based complementary observations and for building catalogues with auxiliary data for the Gaia data processing and validation. Description: In table 11, we present the magnitudes values for Gaia, Johnson-Cousins, Hipparcos, Tycho and Sloan bands. These magnitude are derived for the BaSeL3.1 sample stars with four absorption values (0,1,3,5). Table 12 displays the bolometric correction un G, BP and RP for the BaSeL3.1 stars. Table 13 represents the computed ratios for interstellar absorption in different bands.