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V/24             Catalogue of Geneva Photometric Boxes     (Nicolet, 1982)
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Beginning of ReadMe : V/24 Catalogue of Geneva Photometric Boxes (Nicolet, 1982) ================================================================================ Catalogue of Geneva Photometric Boxes Nicolet B. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 48, 485 (1982)> =1982A&AS...48..485N =2013yCat.5024....0N ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Photometry, Geneva Keywords: Geneva photometric system ; Star boxes ; Catalogues Abstract: The catalogue of the Geneva photometric boxes (or Golay's boxes) is announced. Introduction: The Geneva photometric boxes, or Golay's boxes, are based on the Geneva 7-colour photometry contained in Rufener's 3rd Catalogue (Cat. II/72). For a given star S measured in the Geneva photometry, the strict [0.01] box is the set of stars S' whose colours are all equal to those of S within 0.01mag; S is called the central star, and the S' are the member stars of the [0.01] box of S. Only the boxes containing at least 2 elements (including S) are considered. Other definitions of the photometric boxes are used. For instance, the "0.01" box of S contains the stars S' having |dU|=|U(S)-U(S')<=0.02, and all other colours |dV|, |dB1|, |dB2|, |dV1| and |dG| all <=0.01. Photometric boxes can also be defined from other colour indices (reddening-free), or with elliptical shapes. See the definitions used here in the "Note (G2)" section below.

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