I/291               XZ Catalog of Zodiacal Stars (XZ80Q)       (Herald, 2003)
The following files can be converted to FITS (extension .fit .fgz or .fiZ)
	xz80q.dat xznames.dat xzdbl.dat xzddisc.dat xzvar.dat
	zc_xz.dat fk5_xz.dat agk3_xz.dat sao_xz.dat ppm_xz.dat xz_xz.dat
Query from: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR?-source=I/291

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Beginning of ReadMe : I/291 XZ Catalog of Zodiacal Stars (XZ80Q) (Herald, 2003) ================================================================================ XZ Catalog of Zodiacal Stars (Version XZ80Q) Herald D. <Canberra, Australia (August 2003)> ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Combined data ; Positional data; Zodiacal regions Description: The XZ catalog was created at the U.S. Naval Observatory in 1977 by Richard Schmidt and Tom Van Flandern, primarily for the purpose of generating predictions of lunar occultations, and for analyzing timings of these events. It was designed to include all stars within 6d 40' of the ecliptic (the "Zodiac"), which is as far as the Moon's limb can ever get as seen from anywhere on the Earth's surface, leaving some margin for stellar proper motions and change in the obliquity of the ecliptic over the course of three centuries. The original version contained 32,221 entries; since that time, many changes have been made in succeeding versions, including better positions and proper motions, and the elimination and addition of stars. Details about the history of XZ catalog can be found in the "doc.txt" file. The XZ80Q revision has been developed from XZ80P, which was created by Mitsuru Soma. It is now complete over the Zodiac for stars down to visual magnitude 12.0. The "xz80q.dat" file contains the list of stars making the catalog; additional files provide details about double and variable stars included in the XZ80Q. The catalog includes also lists of the various existing names of the stars.

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