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J/A+A/597/A30  Seismology and spectroscopy of CoRoGEE red giants (Anders+, 2017)

Galactic Archaeology with asteroseismology and spectroscopy: Red giants observed by CoRoT and APOGEE. Anders F., Chiappini C., Rodrigues T. S., Miglio A., Montalban J., Mosser B., Girardi L., Valentini M., Noels A., Morel T., Johnson J.A., Schultheis M., Baudin F., de Assis Peralta R., Hekker S., Themessl N., Kallinger T., Garcia R. A., Mathur S., Baglin A., Santiago B. X., Martig M., Minchev I., Steinmetz M., da Costa L. N., Maia M. A. G., Allende Prieto C., Cunha K., Beers T.C., Epstein C., Garcia Perez A.E., Garcia-Hernandez D.A., Harding P., Holtzman J., Majewski S.R., Meszaros Sz., Nidever D., Pan K., Pinsonneault M., Schiavon R.P., Schneider D.P., Shetrone M.D., Stassun K., Zamora O., Zasowski G. <Astron. Astrophys. 597, A30 (2017)> =2017A&A...597A..30A (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Milky Way ; Stars, giant ; Abundances ; Stars, masses ; Stars, ages ; Photometry ; Space velocities Keywords: asteroseismology - stars: fundamental parameters - Galaxy: abundances - Galaxy: disc - Galaxy: evolution Abstract: We present the CoRoGEE dataset -- obtained from CoRoT lightcurves for 606 red giant stars in two fields of the Galactic disc which have been co-observed for an ancillary project of the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE). The CoRoGEE stars cover a large radial range of the Milky Way's disc (5kpc<RGal<14kpc) and thus provide a valuable dataset for Galactic Archaeology studies. We have used the Bayesian parameter estimation code PARAM to calculate distances, extinctions, masses, and ages for these stars in a homogeneous analysis, resulting in relative statistical uncertainties of 2% in distance, 4% in radius, ∼9% in mass and ∼25% in age. We also assess systematic age uncertainties due to different input physics and mass loss. Description: For the 606 successfully observed stars, asteroseismic parameters from CoRoT, spectroscopic data from APOGEE (SDSS DR12), wide-band photometry from OBSCAT, APASS, SDSS, 2MASS, and WISE are presented. Additional information from the EXODAT archive, stellar parameters from PARAM (Rodrigues et al. 2014MNRAS.445.2758R), cross-matches to the APOGEE red-clump catalogue (Bovy et al. 2014ApJ...790..127B), the UCAC-4 catalogue (Zacharias et al., 2013, Cat. I/322), and derived stellar kinematics are also included. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file corogee1.dat 3932 606 Red giants observed by CoRoT and APOGEE corogee1.fits 2880 624 Fits version of the table
See also: B/corot : CoRoT observation log (N2-4.4) (CoRoT 2016) J/MNRAS/445/2758 : KIC giants Bayesian distances and extinctions (Rodrigues+ 2014) J/A+A/564/A119 : CoRoT red giants abundances (Morel+, 2014) J/ApJS/215/19 : APOKASC catalog of Kepler red giants (Pinsonneault+, 2014) Byte-by-byte Description of file: corogee1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 9 I9 --- CoRoT ? CoRoT Star Identifier (CoRoT_ID) 11- 28 A18 --- APOGEE APOGEE Identifier, 2MHHMMSSss+DDMMSSs (APOGEE_ID) 30- 39 F10.6 deg RAdeg Right Ascension from 2MASS (J2000.0) (RA) 41- 49 F9.6 deg DEdeg Declination from 2MASS (J2000.0) (DEC) 51- 59 F9.5 deg GLON Galactic Longitude (GLON) 61- 69 F9.5 deg GLAT Galactic Latitude (GLAT) 71- 77 A7 --- FIELD APOGEE Field (FIELD) 79- 83 A5 --- run Identifier of the CoRoT mission run - format AAIIA (run_id) 85- 98 A14 --- Seismic Fitting method used to fit the frequency power spectrum (automatic or supervised) (Seismic_results) 100-105 F6.2 muHz numax Frequency of maximum oscillation power (numax) 107-111 F5.3 muHz e_numax Uncertainty of the frequency of maximum oscillation power (e_numax) 113-116 F4.2 muHz Dnu Large frequency separation (Dnu) 118-122 F5.3 muHz e_Dnu Uncertainty of the large frequency separation (e_Dnu) 124-128 A5 --- evstat Evolutionary stage (evstat) (1) 130-173 A44 --- ASPCAP Unique ASPCAP identifier (2) 175-207 A33 --- File File name of visit-combined APOGEE spectrum (FILE) 209-214 A6 --- Tel String representation of telescope used for observation (currently APO 1m or 2.5m) (TELESCOPE) 216-219 I4 --- Loc ? APOGEE Field Location ID (LOCATION_ID) 221-279 A59 --- TargFlags APOGEE Target flags (TARGFLAGS) (3) 281 I1 --- NVisits [1/7] Number of visits into combined spectrum (NVISITS) 283-290 F8.4 --- SNR Median S/N per pixel in combined spectrum (SNR) 292-331 A40 --- StarFlags APOGEE Star flags (STARFLAGS) (4) 333-343 F11.6 km/s <RV> APOGEE average radial velocity, weighted by S/N, using RVs determined from cross-correlation of individual spectra with combined spectrum (VHELIO_AVG) 345-352 F8.6 km/s sigma Scatter of individual visit RVs around average (VSCATTER) 354-361 F8.6 km/s e_<RV> Median of individual visit RV errors (VERR_MED) 362-452 A91 --- Param Empirically calibrated parameter array 7E13.6 (PARAM) (5) 453-543 A91 --- FParam Uncalibrated output parameter array from ASPCAP stellar parameters fit 7E13.6 (FPARAM) 544-1180 A637 --- ParamCov Covariance of calibrated parameters, but with only diagonal elements from "external" uncertainty estimation 49E13.6 (PARAM_COV) 1181-1817 A637 --- FParamCov Covariance of fitted parameters from 49E13.7 ASPCAP (FPARAM_COV) 1819-1829 F11.6 K Teff APOGEE Teff from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (TEFF) 1831-1839 F9.6 K e_Teff APOGEE Teff uncertainty (TEFF_ERR) 1841-1847 F7.5 [cm/s2] logg APOGEE logg from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (LOGG) 1849-1856 F8.6 [cm/s2] e_logg APOGEE logg uncertainty (LOGG_ERR) 1858-1866 F9.6 [-] [M/H] APOGEE [M/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (PARAMMH) 1868-1876 F9.6 [-] [M/H]A APOGEE [M/H] calibrated as in Anders et al. (2016, this paper) and Santiago et al., 2016A&A...585A..42S (MH_Anders) 1878-1886 F9.6 [-] e_[M/H] APOGEE [M/H] uncertainty (PARAMMH_ERR) 1888-1896 F9.6 [-] [alpha/M] APOGEE [alpha/M] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (PARAMALPHAM) 1898-1906 F9.6 [-] e_[alpha/M] APOGEE [alpha/M] uncertainty (PARAMALPHAM_ERR) 1908-1915 F8.5 [-] chi2 chi2 of ASPCAP Fit (ASPCAP_CHI2) 1917-1947 A31 [-] ASPCAPFlags Flags for ASPCAP analysis (ASPCAPFLAGS) 1949-1960 F12.6 [-] [Al/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Al/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (AL_H) 1962-1970 F9.6 [-] [Ca/H] Abundance [Ca/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (CA_H) 1972-1980 F9.6 [-] [C/H] Abundance [C/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (C_H) 1982-1993 F12.6 [-] [Fe/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Fe/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (FE_H) 1995-2006 F12.6 [-] [K/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [K/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (K_H) 2008-2016 F9.6 [-] [Mg/H] Abundance [Mg/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (MG_H) 2018-2029 F12.6 [-] [Mn/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Mn/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (MN_H) 2031-2042 F12.6 [-] [Na/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Na/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (NA_H) 2044-2055 F12.6 [-] [Ni/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Ni/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (NI_H) 2057-2065 F9.6 [-] [N/H] Abundance [N/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (N_H) 2067-2075 F9.6 [-] [O/H] Abundance [O/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (O_H) 2077-2085 F9.6 [-] [Si/H] Abundance [Si/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (SI_H) 2087-2095 F9.6 [-] [S/H] Abundance [S/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (S_H) 2097-2105 F9.6 [-] [Ti/H] Abundance [Ti/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (TI_H) 2107-2118 F12.6 [-] [V/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [V/H] from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (V_H) 2120-2131 F12.6 [-] e_[Al/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Al/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (ALHERR) 2133-2140 F8.6 [-] e_[Ca/H] Abundance [Ca/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (CAHERR) 2142-2149 F8.6 [-] e_[C/H] Abundance [C/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (CHERR) 2151-2162 F12.6 [-] e_[Fe/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Fe/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (FEHERR) 2164-2175 F12.6 [-] e_[K/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [K/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (KHERR) 2177-2184 F8.6 [-] e_[Mg/H] Abundance [Mg/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (MGHERR) 2186-2197 F12.6 [-] e_[Mn/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Mn/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (MNHERR) 2199-2210 F12.6 [-] e_[Na/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Na/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (NAHERR) 2212-2223 F12.6 [-] e_[Ni/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Ni/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (NIHERR) 2225-2232 F8.6 [-] e_[N/H] Abundance [N/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (NHERR) 2234-2241 F8.6 [-] e_[O/H] Abundance [O/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (OHERR) 2243-2254 F12.6 [-] e_[Si/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [Si/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (SIHERR) 2256-2263 F8.6 [-] e_[S/H] Abundance [S/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (SHERR) 2265-2272 F8.6 [-] e_[Ti/H] Abundance [Ti/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (TIHERR) 2274-2285 F12.6 [-] e_[V/H] ?=-9999 Abundance [V/H] uncertainty from ASPCAP analysis of combined spectrum (VHERR) 2287-2289 I3 --- f_[Al/H] ? [Al/H] Flag (ALHFLAG) 2291-2293 I3 --- f_[Ca/H] ? [Ca/H] Flag (CAHFLAG) 2295-2297 I3 --- f_[C/H] ? [C/H] Flag (CHFLAG) 2299-2301 I3 --- f_[Fe/H] ? [Fe/H] Flag (FEHFLAG) 2303-2305 I3 --- f_[K/H] ? [K/H] Flag (KHFLAG) 2307-2309 I3 --- f_[Mg/H] ? [Mg/H] Flag (MGHFLAG) 2311-2313 I3 --- f_[Mn/H] ? [Mn/H] Flag (MNHFLAG) 2315-2317 I3 --- f_[Na/H] ? [Na/H] Flag (NAHFLAG) 2319-2321 I3 --- f_[Ni/H] ? [Ni/H] Flag (NIHFLAG) 2323-2325 I3 --- f_[N/H] ? [N/H] Flag (NHFLAG) 2327-2329 I3 --- f_[O/H] ? [O/H] Flag (OHFLAG) 2331-2333 I3 --- f_[Si/H] ? [Si/H] Flag (SIHFLAG) 2335-2337 I3 --- f_[S/H] ? [S/H] Flag (SHFLAG) 2339-2341 I3 --- f_[Ti/H] ? [Ti/H] Flag (TIHFLAG) 2343-2345 I3 --- f_[V/H] ? [V/H] Flag (VHFLAG) 2347-2358 F12.6 mag EKs ?=-9999.990234 Ks-band extinction from APOGEE Targeting (AK_TARG) 2360-2376 A17 --- MetEKs Extinction method used for APOGEE Targeting (AKTARGMETHOD) 2378-2389 F12.6 mag SFDE(B-V) ?=-9999.990234 SFD E(B-V) extinction (Schlegel et al. 1998ApJ...500..525S) (SFD_EBV) 2391-2398 F8.6 kpc RCDist ? APOGEE Red Clump distance (Bovy et al., 2014ApJ...790..127B) (RCdistkpc) 2400-2524 A125 --- Visits List of APOGEE visits going into combined spectrum (VISITS) 2525-2924 A400 --- VisitPK Index of MJDs of APOGEE visits (used in combined spectrum) in allVisit 50I8 file (VISIT_PK) 2926-2931 F6.3 mag BmagO OBSCAT Filter B magnitude (mag_b) 2933-2937 F5.3 mag e_BmagO OBSCAT Filter B magnitude error (magberr) 2939-2944 F6.3 mag VmagO OBSCAT Filter V magnitude (mag_v) 2947-2951 F5.3 mag e_VmagO OBSCAT Filter V magnitude error (magverr) 2953-2958 F6.3 mag RmagO OBSCAT Filter R magnitude (mag_r) 2960-2964 F5.3 mag e_RmagO OBSCAT Filter R magnitude error (magrerr) 2966-2971 F6.3 mag ImagO OBSCAT Filter I magnitude (mag_i) 2973-2977 F5.3 mag e_ImagO OBSCAT Filter I magnitude error (magierr) 2979-2997 A19 --- AllWISE AllWISE ID (AllWISE) 2999-3004 F6.3 mag Jmag 2MASS J magnitude (Jmag) 3006-3010 F5.3 mag e_Jmag Mean error on J magnitude (e_Jmag) 3012-3017 F6.3 mag Hmag 2MASS H magnitude (Hmag) 3019-3023 F5.3 mag e_Hmag ? Mean error on H magnitude (e_Hmag) 3025-3030 F6.3 mag Ksmag 2MASS Ks magnitude (Kmag) 3032-3036 F5.3 mag e_Ksmag ? Mean error on Ks magnitude (e_Kmag) 3038-3043 F6.3 mag W1mag WISE W1 magnitude (W1mag) 3045-3049 F5.3 mag e_W1mag Mean error on W1 magnitude (e_W1mag) 3051-3056 F6.3 mag W2mag WISE W2 magnitude (W2mag) 3058-3062 F5.3 mag e_W2mag Mean error on W2 magnitude (e_W2mag) 3064-3069 F6.3 mag W3mag WISE W3 magnitude (W3mag) 3071-3075 F5.3 mag e_W3mag ? Mean error on W3 magnitude (e_W3mag) 3077-3081 F5.3 mag W4mag WISE W4 magnitude (W4mag) 3083-3087 F5.3 mag e_W4mag ? Mean error on W4 magnitude (e_W4mag) 3089-3094 F6.3 mag BmagA ? B magnitude from APASS (magB) 3096-3103 F8.6 mag e_BmagA ? Error in B magnitude from APASS (sigmagB) 3105-3110 F6.3 mag VmagA ? V magnitude from APASS (magV) 3112-3119 F8.6 mag e_VmagA ? Error in V magnitude from APASS (sigmagV) 3121-3126 F6.3 mag gmagA ? g magnitude from APASS (magg) 3128-3135 F8.6 mag e_gmagA ? Error in g magnitude from APASS (sigmagg) 3137-3142 F6.3 mag rmagA ? r magnitude from APASS (magr) 3144-3151 F8.6 mag e_rmagA ? Error in r magnitude from APASS (sigmagr) 3153-3158 F6.3 mag imagA ? i magnitude from APASS (magi) 3160-3167 F8.6 mag e_imagA ? Error in i magnitude from APASS (sigmagi) 3169-3178 F10.6 deg RAEdeg EXODAT right ascension (J2000) (RA_EXODAT) 3180-3188 F9.6 deg DEEdeg EXODAT declination (J2000) (DEC_EXODAT) 3190-3191 A2 --- CCD [E1 E2] CoRoT CCD Id. either E1 or E2 (ccd_id) 3193-3196 I4 --- WIN ? CoRoT Window Identifier on the CCD (win_id) 3198-3204 F7.2 --- x X Target coordinate on the CoRoT CCD (x) 3206-3212 F7.2 --- y Y Target coordinate on the CoRoT CCD (y) 3214-3215 A2 --- SpType EXODAT Spectral type of the star (from SED) (spectral_type) 3217-3219 A3 --- LC EXODAT Luminosity class (I II III IV V) (from SED) (luminosity_class) 3221-3224 I4 K Tcol ? EXODAT Color temperature estimation (color_temperature) 3226-3244 A19 --- PPMXL Record identifier in the catalog PPMXL Cat. I/317 (ppmxl_id) 3246-3257 A12 --- USNOB1 Record identifier in the catalog USNO-B1 Cat. I/284 (usnob1_id) 3259-3274 A16 --- 2MASS Record identifier in the catalog TWOMASS Cat. II/246 (twomass_id) 3276-3288 A13 --- USNOA2 Record identifier in the catalog USNO-A2 Cat. I/252 (usnoa2_id) 3290-3304 A15 --- CMC14 Record identifier in the catalog CMC-14 Cat. I/304 (cmc14_id) 3306-3312 I7 --- TYCHO2 ? Record identifier in the catalog TYCHO-2 Cat. I/259 (tycho2_id) 3314-3321 I8 --- UCAC2 ? Record identifier in the catalog UCAC-2 Cat. I/289 (ucac2_id) 3323-3332 A10 --- UCAC4 UCAC4 recommended identifier (ZZZ-NNNNNN) Cat. I/322 (UCAC4) 3334-3338 F5.1 mas/yr pmRA ? UCAC4 Proper motion in RA*cos(DE) (pmRA) 3340-3343 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmRA ? Mean error on pmRA (e_pmRA) 3345-3349 F5.1 mas/yr pmDE ? UCAC4 Proper motion in DE (pmDE) 3351-3354 F4.1 mas/yr e_pmDE ? Mean error on pmDE (e_pmDE) 3356 I1 --- UCAC4flag [0/1] UCAC4 combined flag (as in Anders et al., 2014A&A...564A.115A) (UCAC4_combinedflag) 3358-3363 F6.4 --- MassS Stellar mass from seismic scaling relations (mass_scale) 3365-3370 F6.4 --- loggS Log g from seismic scaling relations (logg_scale) 3372-3378 F7.4 --- RadiusS Stellar radius from seismic scaling relations (radius_scale) 3380-3388 F9.6 Gyr AgeM PARAM Age (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R) (age_mode) 3390-3398 F9.6 Gyr AgeM68L PARAM Age Lower 68% Confidence Limit (agemode68L) 3400-3408 F9.6 Gyr AgeM68U PARAM Age Upper 68% Confidence Limit (agemode68U) 3410-3417 F8.6 Gyr AgeM95L PARAM Age Lower 95% Confidence Limit (agemode95L) 3419-3427 F9.6 Gyr AgeM95U PARAM Age Upper 95% Confidence Limit (agemode95U) 3429-3437 F9.7 Gyr eAgeI Systematic age uncertainty estimated from different isochrones (sigage_isochrones) 3439-3447 F9.7 Gyr eAgee Systematic age uncertainty related to mass loss (sigage_eta) 3449-3457 F9.7 Gyr eAgeT Total age uncertainty (quadratic sum of statistical and systematic age uncertainties) (sigage_tot) 3459-3466 F8.6 Msun MassM PARAM Mass (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R)(mass_mode) 3468-3475 F8.6 Msun MassM68L PARAM Mass Lower 68% Confidence Limit (massmode68L) 3477-3484 F8.6 Msun MassM68U PARAM Mass Upper 68% Confidence Limit (massmode68U) 3486-3493 F8.6 Msun MassM95L PARAM Mass Lower 95% Confidence Limit (massmode95L) 3495-3502 F8.6 Msun MassM95U PARAM Mass Upper 95% Confidence Limit (massmode95U) 3504-3511 F8.5 Rsun RadiusM PARAM Radius (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R) (radius_mode) 3513-3520 F8.5 Rsun RadiusM68L PARAM Radius Lower 68% Confidence Limit (radiusmode68L) 3522-3529 F8.5 Rsun RadiusM68U PARAM Radius Upper 68% Confidence Limit (radiusmode68U) 3531-3538 F8.5 Rsun RadiusM95L PARAM Radius Lower 95% Confidence Limit (radiusmode95L) 3540-3547 F8.5 Rsun RadiusM95U PARAM Radius Upper 95% Confidence Limit (radiusmode95U) 3549-3554 F6.4 [cm/s2] loggM PARAM logg (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R) (logg_mode) 3556-3561 F6.4 [cm/s2] loggM68L PARAM logg Lower 68% Confidence Limit (loggmode68L) 3563-3568 F6.4 [cm/s2] loggM68U PARAM logg Upper 68% Confidence Limit (loggmode68U) 3570-3575 F6.4 [cm/s2] loggM95L PARAM logg Lower 95% Confidence Limit (loggmode95L) 3577-3582 F6.4 [cm/s2] loggM95U PARAM logg Upper 95% Confidence Limit (loggmode95U) 3584-3594 F11.6 pc DistM PARAM Distance (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R) (dist_mode) 3596-3606 F11.6 pc DistM68L PARAM Distance Lower 68% Confidence Limit (distmode68L) 3608-3618 F11.6 pc DistM68U PARAM Distance Upper 68% Confidence Limit (distmode68U) 3620-3630 F11.6 pc DistM95L PARAM Distance Lower 95% Confidence Limit (distmode95L) 3632-3643 F12.6 pc DistM95U PARAM Distance Upper 95% Confidence Limit (distmode95U) 3645-3650 F6.4 mag AVM PARAM V-band extinction (mode of the posterior PDF; Rodrigues et al., 2014MNRAS.445.2758R) (Av_mode) 3652-3656 F5.3 mag AVM68L PARAM V-band extinction Lower 68% Confidence Limit (Avmode68L) 3658-3663 F6.4 mag AVM68U PARAM V-band extinction Upper 68% Confidence Limit (Avmode68U) 3665-3669 F5.3 mag AVM95L PARAM V-band extinction Lower 95% Confidence Limit (Avmode95L) 3671-3676 F6.4 mag AVM95U PARAM V-band extinction Upper 95% Confidence Limit (Avmode95U) 3678-3679 I2 --- nfilt ? Number of photometric filters used by PARAM (nfil) 3681-3706 A26 --- filt Which photometric filters have been used by PARAM (fils) 3708-3715 F8.5 kpc Xg X coordinate in Galactocentric Cartesian coordinates (Xg) 3717-3724 F8.6 kpc e_Xg X coordinate uncertainty (Xg_sig) 3726-3734 F9.6 kpc Yg Y coordinate in Galactocentric Cartesian coordinates (Yg) 3736-3743 F8.6 kpc e_Yg Y coordinate uncertainty (Yg_sig) 3745-3753 F9.6 kpc Zg Z coordinate in Galactocentric Cartesian coordinates (Zg) 3755-3762 F8.6 kpc e_Zg Z coordinate uncertainty (Zg_sig) 3764-3771 F8.5 kpc Rg R coordinate in Galactocentric Cylindrical coordinates (Rg) 3773-3780 F8.6 kpc e_Rg R coordinate uncertainty (Rg_sig) 3782-3792 F11.6 km/s vT ? Transverse velocity (vT) 3794-3802 F9.5 km/s e_vT ? Transverse velocity uncertainty (vT_sig) 3804-3815 F12.6 km/s vXg ? X-axis space velocity (vXg) 3817-3824 F8.5 km/s e_vXg ? X-axis space velocity uncertainty (vXg_sig) 3826-3837 F12.6 km/s vYg ? Y-axis space velocity (vYg) 3839-3847 F9.5 km/s e_vYg ? Y-axis space velocity uncertainty (vYg_sig) 3849-3860 F12.6 km/s vZg ? Z-axis space velocity (vZg) 3862-3870 F9.5 km/s e_vZg ? Z-axis space velocity uncertainty (vZg_sig) 3872-3883 F12.6 km/s vRg ? Galactocentric radial velocity (vRg) 3885-3893 F9.5 km/s e_vRg ? Galactocentric radial velocity uncertainty (vRg_sig) 3895-3903 F9.4 km/s vPhig ? Azimuthal velocity (vPhig) 3905-3912 F8.5 km/s e_vPhig ? Azimuthal velocity uncertainty (vPhig_sig) 3914-3923 F10.6 kpc Rguide ? Guiding-centre radius (Rguide) 3925-3932 F8.6 kpc e_Rguide ? Uncertainty on guiding-centre radius (Rguide_sig)
Note (1): Evolutionary stage as follows: RGB = first-ascent red-giant branch RC = red clump Note (2): ASPCAP identifier: apogee.[ns].[sc].RESULTS_VERS.LOC.STAR (ASPCAP_ID) Note (3): For APOGEE Target flags, see https://www.sdss.org/dr12/algorithms/bitmasks/#APOGEE_TARGET2 Note (4): For APOGEE Star flags, see https://www.sdss.org/dr12/algorithms/bitmasks/#APOGEE_STARFLAG Note (5): Empirically calibrated parameter array, using ASPCAP stellar parameters fit + calibrations in the following order: Teff, logg, vmicro, [M/H], [C/M ], [N/M], [alpha/M]
Acknowledgements: Friedrich Anders, fanders(at)aip.de
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 09-Aug-2016
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