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II/337       VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey DR1       (Minniti+, 2014)
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	vvv1.sam
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Query from: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR?-source=II/337
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Beginning of ReadMe : II/337 VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey DR1 (Saito+, 2012) ================================================================================ VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey (VVV) Catalogue Data Release 1 (VVV CAT). Saito R.K., Hempel M., Minniti D., Lucas P.W., Rejkuba M., Toledo I., Gonzalez O.A., Alonso-Garcia J., Irwin M.J., Gonzalez-Solares E., Hodgkin S.T., Lewis J.R., Cross N., Ivanov V.D., Kerins E., Emerson J.P., Soto M., Amores E.B., Gurovich S., Dekany I., Angeloni R., Beamin J.C., Catelan M., Padilla N., Zoccali M., Pietrukowicz P., Moni Bidin C., Mauro F., Geisler D., Folkes S.L., Sale S.E., Borissova J., Kurtev R., Ahumada A.V., Alonso M.V., Adamson A., Arias J.I., Bandyopadhyay R.M., Barba R.H., Barbuy B., Baume G.L., Bedin L.R., Bellini A., Benjamin R., Bica E., Bonatto C., Bronfman L., Carraro G., Chene A.N., Claria J.J., Clarke J.R.A., Contreras C., Corvillon A., De Grijs R., Dias B., Drew J.E., Farina C., Feinstein C., Fernandez-Lajus E., Gamen R.C., Gieren W., Goldman B., Gonzalez-Fernandez C., Grand R.J.J., Gunthardt G., Hambly N.C., Hanson M.M., Helminiak K.G., Hoare M.G., Huckvale L., Jordan A., Kinemuchi K., Longmore A., Lopez-Corredoira M., Maccarone T., Majaess D., Martin E.L., Masetti N., Mennickent R.E., Mirabel I.F., Monaco L., Morelli L., Motta V., Palma T., Parisi M.C., Parker Q., Penaloza F., Pietrzynski G., Pignata G., Popescu B., Read M.A., Rojas A., Roman-lopes A., Ruiz M.T., Saviane I., Schreiber M.R., Schroeder A.C., Sharma S., Smith M.D., Sodre L.Jr, Stead J., Stephens A.W., Tamura M., Tappert C., Thompson M.A., Valenti E., Vanzi L., Walton N.A., Weidmann W., Zijlstra A. <Astron. Astrophys., 537, A107 (2012)> =2012A&A...537A.107S =2015yCat.2337....0M ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; Infrared sources ; Photometry, infrared Mission_Name: ESO Keywords: Galaxy: bulge - Galaxy: disk - Galaxy: stellar content - stars: abundances - infrared: stars / surveys Abstract: The VVV survey targets the galactic bulge and a piece of the adjacent plane in Z, Y, J, H, and Ks. The total area of this survey is 520 square degrees and contains 355 open and 33 globular clusters. The VVV is multi-epoch in nature in order to detect a large number of variable objects and will provide > 100 carefully spaced observations for each tile. 5-sigma detection limits are Z=21.9, Y=21.2, J=20.2, H=18.2, Ks=18.1. These will be used to create a 3-dimensional map of the Bulge from well-understood distance indicators such as RR Lyrae stars. Other science drivers include the ages of stellar populations, globular cluster evolution, as well as the stellar initial mass function. The VVV Survey data delivered in this part of ESO Data Release 1 (DR1) includes the VISTA/VIRCAM paw-print and tile images that were acquired until September 30, 2010, and processed by the Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit (CASU). This VVV_CAT data release contains the single-epoch band-merged (Z,Y,J,H,Ks) catalogues associated with the VVV tile images that have already been released in the part of DR1 identified as VVV in the ESO archive. VVV_CAT contains 269 tile catalogues. Data origin: Data originate from the ESO Science Archive Facility and went through the Phase 3 content validation process. Acknowledging VVV in publications: Please use the following statement in any publication using these data: "Based on data products from observations made with ESO Telescopes at the La Silla Paranal Observatory under programme ID 179.B-2002"

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