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Glossary of VSA attributes

This Glossary alphabetically lists all attributes used in the VSAv20150413 database(s) held in the VSA. If you would like to have more information about the schema tables please use the VSAv20150413 Schema Browser (other Browser versions).
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NameSchema TableDatabaseDescriptionTypeLengthUnitDefault ValueUnified Content Descriptor
F1 glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Flux in IRAC band 1 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F1_err glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE 1sigma flux error (IRAC band 1) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F1_rms glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE RMS dev. of detection from F1 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F2 glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Flux in IRAC band 2 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F24umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F24μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
F2_err glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE 1sigma flux error (IRAC band 2) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F2_rms glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE RMS dev. of detection from F2 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3 glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Flux in IRAC band 3 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3_6 glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 3.6um IRAC (Band 1) flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3_6_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 3.6um IRAC (Band 1) 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3_6_rms glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE RMS deviation of the individual detections from the final flux for 3.6um IRAC (Band 1) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3_6umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F3.6μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
F3_err glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE 1sigma flux error (IRAC band 3) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F3_rms glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE RMS dev. of detection from F3 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4 glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE Flux in IRAC band 4 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4_5 glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 4.5um IRAC (Band 2) flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4_5_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 4.5um IRAC (Band 2) 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4_5_rms glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE RMS deviation of the individual detections from the final flux for 4.5um IRAC (Band 2) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4_5umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F4.5μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
F4_err glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE 1sigma flux error (IRAC band 4) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F4_rms glimpse_hrc_inter, glimpse_mca_inter GLIMPSE RMS dev. of detection from F4 real 4 mJy -999.9  
F5_8 glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 5.8um IRAC (Band 3) flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
F5_8_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 5.8um IRAC (Band 3) 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
F5_8_rms glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE RMS deviation of the individual detections from the final flux for 5.8um IRAC (Band 3) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F5_8umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F5.8μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
F70umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F70μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
F8_0 glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 8.0um IRAC (Band 4) flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
F8_0_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 8.0um IRAC (Band 4) 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
F8_0_rms glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE RMS deviation of the individual detections from the final flux for 8.0um IRAC (Band 4) real 4 mJy -999.9  
F8_0umMag spitzer_smcSource SPITZER The SPITZER F8.0μm band magnitude. real 4 mag    
f_resFlux nvssSource NVSS [PS* ] Residual Code varchar 2     meta.code
fCor_100 iras_psc IRAS Flux correction factor applied (times 1000, 100 micron) smallint 2     instr.param
fCor_12 iras_psc IRAS Flux correction factor applied (times 1000, 12 micron) smallint 2     instr.param
fCor_25 iras_psc IRAS Flux correction factor applied (times 1000, 25 micron) smallint 2     instr.param
fCor_60 iras_psc IRAS Flux correction factor applied (times 1000, 60 micron) smallint 2     instr.param
fg_flg twomass_xsc 2MASS flux-growth convergence flag. varchar 6     meta.code
FH glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC H Band flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
FH_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC H Band 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
FIBRE_R spectra SIXDF fibre number (row on CCD) smallint 2      
FIBRE_V spectra SIXDF fibre number (row on CCD) smallint 2      
field nvssSource NVSS Name of the original survey image field from which the component was derived. varchar 8     obs.field
field1 iras_asc IRAS object field #1 (magnitude/other) smallint 2     obs.field
field2 iras_asc IRAS object field #2 (magnitude/other) smallint 2     obs.field
field3 iras_asc IRAS object field #3 (size/other) smallint 2     obs.field
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VHSDR3 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VHSv20150108 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VIDEODR4 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VIKINGDR4 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VIKINGv20150421 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20140428 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20140903 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20150309 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue VSAQC ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID ExternalProductCatalogue, vmcCepheidVariables, vmcPsfCatalogue VMCDR3 ID of field varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID RequiredMergeLogMultiEpoch VSAQC UID of position on sky. References Required{productType}.fieldID int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VHSDR2 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VHSDR3 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VHSv20120926 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VHSv20130417 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VHSv20150108 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIDEODR2 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIDEODR3 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIDEODR4 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIDEOv20111208 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR2 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR3 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGDR4 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20110714 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20111019 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20130417 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VIKINGv20150421 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCDR1 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCDR3 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20110816 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20110909 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20120126 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20121128 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20130304 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20130805 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20140428 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20140903 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VMCv20150309 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VSAQC UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VVVDR1 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VVVDR2 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VVVv20100531 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic VVVv20110718 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID RequiredMosaic, RequiredStack, RequiredTile VHSDR1 UID of position on sky. int 4   -99999999 ??
fieldID StdFieldInfo SVNGC253v20100429 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID StdFieldInfo SVORIONv20100429 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID StdFieldInfo ULTRAVISTAv20100429 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID StdFieldInfo VIDEOv20100513 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID StdFieldInfo VIKINGv20110714 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID StdFieldInfo VVVv20100531 The fieldID is a UID identifying each of the 43 standard fields that are observed as part of the calibration observations int 4     obs.field
fieldID rosat_bsc, rosat_fsc ROSAT identification number of SASS field varchar 8     obs.field
fieldID vmcEclipsingBinaryVariables VMCv20140903 ID of field {catalogue TType keyword: FIELDID} varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldID vmcEclipsingBinaryVariables VMCv20150309 ID of field {catalogue TType keyword: FIELDID} varchar 8   NONE meta.id
fieldName StdFieldInfo SVNGC253v20100429 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName StdFieldInfo SVORIONv20100429 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName StdFieldInfo ULTRAVISTAv20100429 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName StdFieldInfo VIDEOv20100513 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName StdFieldInfo VIKINGv20110714 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName StdFieldInfo VVVv20100531 reference name of field varchar 16   NONE ????
fieldName first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST Name of the coadded image containing the source (encodes the position of the field center). varchar 12     obs.image
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VHSDR3 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VHSv20150108 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VIDEODR4 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VIKINGDR4 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VIKINGv20150421 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VMCDR3 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20140428 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20140903 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VMCv20150309 Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName ExternalProductCatalogue VSAQC Filename of file sent from survey team varchar 128      
fileName Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSDR1 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSDR2 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSDR3 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSv20120926 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSv20130417 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSv20140409 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VHSv20150108 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIDEODR2 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIDEODR3 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIDEODR4 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGDR2 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGDR3 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGDR4 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCDR1 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCDR2 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCDR3 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20110816 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20110909 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20120126 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20121128 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20130304 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20130805 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20140428 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20140903 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VMCv20150309 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VVVDR1 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VVVDR2 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VVVv20100531 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe VVVv20110718 the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileName Multiframe, ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC the filename for the multiframe, eg. server:/path/filename.fit varchar 256   'NONE' meta.id;meta.file
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VHSDR3 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VHSv20150108 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VIDEODR4 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VIDEOv20111208 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VIKINGDR4 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VIKINGv20150421 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VMCDR3 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VMCv20140428 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VMCv20140903 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VMCv20150309 File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileNameRoot ExternalProduct VSAQC File name root of the products varchar 32      
fileTimeStamp Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSDR1 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSDR2 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSDR3 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSv20120926 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSv20130417 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSv20140409 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VHSv20150108 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIDEODR2 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIDEODR3 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIDEODR4 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGDR2 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGDR3 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGDR4 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCDR1 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCDR2 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCDR3 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20110816 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20110909 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20120126 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20121128 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20130304 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20130805 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20140428 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20140903 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VMCv20150309 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VVVDR1 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VVVDR2 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VVVv20100531 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe VVVv20110718 Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
fileTimeStamp Multiframe, ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC Time stamp digits (from the original CASU directory name and file time stamp) for enforcing uniqueness bigint 8   -99999999 ??
filter1 RequiredDiffImage SVNGC253v20100429 UID of WFCAM narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage SVORIONv20100429 UID of WFCAM narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of WFCAM narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR1 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR2 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR3 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20120926 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20130417 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20150108 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR2 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR3 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR4 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIDEOv20100513 UID of WFCAM narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIDEOv20111208 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR2 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR3 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR4 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20110714 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20111019 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20130417 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20150421 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCDR1 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCDR3 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20110816 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20110909 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20120126 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20121128 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20130304 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20130805 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20140428 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20140903 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20150309 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VSAQC UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VVVDR1 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VVVDR2 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VVVv20100531 UID of WFCAM narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1 RequiredDiffImage VVVv20110718 UID of narrow band (primary) filter tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter1_bfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, blue: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter1_bfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, blue: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter1_bNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, blue: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (bfiltime) smallint 2      
filter1_rfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, red: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter1_rfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, red: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter1_rNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 1, red: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (rfiltime) smallint 2      
filter2 RequiredDiffImage SVNGC253v20100429 UID of WFCAM broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage SVORIONv20100429 UID of WFCAM broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of WFCAM broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR1 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR2 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSDR3 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20120926 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20130417 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VHSv20150108 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR2 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR3 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIDEODR4 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIDEOv20100513 UID of WFCAM broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIDEOv20111208 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR2 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR3 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGDR4 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20110714 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20111019 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20130417 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VIKINGv20150421 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCDR1 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCDR3 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20110816 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20110909 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20120126 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20121128 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20130304 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20130805 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20140428 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20140903 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VMCv20150309 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VSAQC UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VVVDR1 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VVVDR2 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VVVv20100531 UID of WFCAM broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2 RequiredDiffImage VVVv20110718 UID of broad band (reference) filter to be subtracted tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filter2_bfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, blue: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter2_bfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, blue: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter2_bNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, blue: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (bfiltime) smallint 2      
filter2_rfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, red: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter2_rfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, red: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter2_rNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 2, red: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (rfiltime) smallint 2      
filter3_bfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, blue: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter3_bfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, blue: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter3_bNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, blue: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (bfiltime) smallint 2      
filter3_rfilmax machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, red: max value of optimum filter for LC real 4      
filter3_rfiltime machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, red: LC time at which maximum occurred real 4      
filter3_rNhi machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO Filter 3, red: number points sigmathreshold high within duration of filter at peak (rfiltime) smallint 2      
filterID Filter SVORIONv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSv20120926 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VHSv20150108 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIDEODR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIDEODR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIDEODR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIDEOv20100513 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIDEOv20111208 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGDR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGv20110714 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGv20111019 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VIKINGv20150421 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20110816 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20110909 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20120126 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20121128 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20130304 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20130805 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20140428 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20140903 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VMCv20150309 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VSAQC UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VVVDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VVVDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VVVv20100531 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter VVVv20110718 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Filter, RequiredFilters, RequiredMosaic, RequiredStack, RequiredTile SVNGC253v20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterExtinctionCoefficients EXTINCT UID of filter smallint 2     meta.id;meta.main
filterID FilterSections VHSDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VHSv20150108 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VIDEODR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VIKINGDR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VIKINGv20150421 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VMCDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VMCv20140428 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VMCv20140903 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections VMCv20150309 UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID FilterSections, RequiredMergeLogMultiEpoch VSAQC UID of combined filter (assigned in OSA: 1=u,2=g,3=r,4=i,5=z,6=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSv20120926 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSv20140409 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VHSv20150108 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIDEODR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIDEODR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIDEODR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGDR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20110816 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20110909 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20120126 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20121128 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20130304 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20130805 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20140428 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20140903 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VMCv20150309 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VVVDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VVVDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VVVv20100531 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe VVVv20110718 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID Multiframe, ultravistaMultiframe, ultravistaMultiframeDetector, vhsMultiframe, vhsMultiframeDetector, videoMultiframe, videoMultiframeDetector, vikingMultiframe, vikingMultiframeDetector, vmcMultiframe, vmcMultiframeDetector, vvvMultiframe, vvvMultiframeDetector VSAQC UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector SVNGC253v20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector SVORIONv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSv20120926 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSv20140409 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VHSv20150108 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIDEODR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIDEODR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIDEODR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20100513 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIDEOv20111208 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGDR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20110714 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20111019 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20140402 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VIKINGv20150421 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20110816 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20110909 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20120126 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20121128 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20130304 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20130805 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20140428 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20140903 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VMCv20150309 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VSAQC UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VVVDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VVVDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VVVv20100531 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID MultiframeDetector VVVv20110718 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks) {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} tinyint 1   0 meta.code;instr.filter
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VHSv20120926 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VIDEODR3 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VIKINGDR3 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VMCv20121128 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VMCv20130304 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID RequiredListDrivenProduct VVVDR1 filterID of the data that the list is driven from. If 0, then take the source list. tinyint 1   0  
filterID svNgc253Detection SVNGC253v20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID svOrionDetection SVORIONv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSv20120926 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSv20140409 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vhsDetection VHSv20150108 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID videoDetection VIDEODR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID videoDetection VIDEODR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID videoDetection VIDEODR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID videoDetection VIDEOv20111208 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGDR4 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGv20110714 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGv20111019 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGv20130417 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGv20140402 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vikingDetection VIKINGv20150421 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCDR3 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20110816 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20110909 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20120126 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20121128 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20130304 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20130805 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20140428 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20140903 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vmcDetection VMCv20150309 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vvvDetection VVVDR1 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vvvDetection VVVDR2 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vvvDetection VVVv20100531 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=Ks,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20100531 UID of combined filter (assigned in WSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=K,6=H2,7=Br,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterID vvvListRemeasurement VVVv20110718 UID of combined filter (assigned in VSA: 1=Z,2=Y,3=J,4=H,5=K,6=H2,7=Br,8=blank) tinyint 1     meta.code;instr.filter
filterList RequiredListDrivenProduct VHSv20130417 the list of filters used in initial selection? (standard programmeFilters) if NONE varchar 64   NONE  
filterList RequiredListDrivenProduct VIKINGv20130417 the list of filters used in initial selection? (standard programmeFilters) if NONE varchar 64   NONE  
filterList RequiredListDrivenProduct VMCv20130805 the list of filters used in initial selection? (standard programmeFilters) if NONE varchar 64   NONE  
filterN machoLMCSource, machoSMCSource MACHO number of filters applied; always 3 smallint 2      
filterName Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSDR1 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSDR2 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSDR3 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSv20120926 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSv20130417 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSv20140409 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VHSv20150108 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIDEODR2 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIDEODR3 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIDEODR4 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGDR2 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGDR3 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGDR4 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCDR1 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCDR2 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCDR3 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20110816 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20110909 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20120126 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20121128 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20130304 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20130805 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20140428 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20140903 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VMCv20150309 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VSAQC VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VVVDR1 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VVVDR2 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VVVv20100531 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName Multiframe VVVv20110718 VISTA combined filter name {image primary HDU keyword: HIERARCH ESO INS FILT1 NAME} varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterName ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC VISTA combined filter name varchar 16   'NONE' ??
filterType Filter VHSv20150108 The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
filterType Filter VIDEODR4 The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
filterType Filter VIKINGv20150421 The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
filterType Filter VMCv20140903 The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
filterType Filter VMCv20150309 The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
filterType Filter VSAQC The type of filter BROAD, NARROW, BROADLIST varchar 16   NONE  
fInt first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST integrated flux densities real 4 mJy   phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz
Fitmag_I denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in I band from PSF fit float 8 mag    
Fitmag_J denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in J band from PSF fit float 8 mag    
Fitmag_K denisDR3Source DENIS Magnitude in K band from PSF fit float 8 mag    
FJ glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC J Band flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
FJ_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC J Band 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
FKs glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC Ks Band flux real 4 mJy -999.9  
FKs_err glimpse1_hrc, glimpse1_mca, glimpse2_hrc, glimpse2_mca GLIMPSE 2MASS All-Sky PSC Ks Band 1 sigma error real 4 mJy -999.9  
flag ultravistaSourceXDetectionBestMatch ULTRAVISTAv20100429 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag videoSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIDEODR2 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag videoSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIDEODR3 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag videoSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIDEODR4 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag videoSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIDEOv20100513 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag videoSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIDEOv20111208 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGDR2 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGDR3 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGDR4 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGv20110714 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGv20111019 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGv20130417 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGv20140402 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vikingSourceXDetectionBestMatch VIKINGv20150421 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCDR1 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCDR2 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCDR3 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20110816 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20110909 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20120126 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20121128 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20130304 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20130805 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20140428 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20140903 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vmcSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VMCv20150309 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vvvSourceXDetectionBestMatch VVVDR1 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vvvSourceXDetectionBestMatch VVVDR2 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vvvSourceXDetectionBestMatch VVVv20100531 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vvvSourceXDetectionBestMatch VVVv20110718 Flag for potential matching problems tinyint 1   0  
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag vvvSourceXSynopticSourceBestMatch VVVDR1 Flag for potential matching problems int 4   0 meta.code.qual
flag=1 if the same intermediate stack detection is linked to two different unique sources. This can happen in images where the seeing was poorer than average or if a source has moved over time and overlaps with another source. flag=2 no intermediate stack detection, but the expected location is in 1 dither offset of the edge of the stack.
flag160 sage_lmcMips160Source SPITZER How many times a source was observed by different AORs in a single epoch int 4      
flag24 sage_lmcMips24Source SPITZER How many times a source was observed by different AORs in a single epoch int 4      
flag70 sage_lmcMips70Source SPITZER How many times a source was observed by different AORs in a single epoch int 4      
Flag_I denisDR3Source DENIS Image and source flag in I band This flag is the concatenation of image and source flags, in hexadecimal format. For the image flag, the first two digits contain: Bit 0 - clouds during observation; Bit 1 - electronic Read-Out problem; Bit 2 - internal temperature problem; Bit 3 - very bright star; Bit 4 - bright star; Bit 5 - stray light; Bit 6 - unknown problem. For the source flag, the last two digits contain: Bit 0 - source might be a dust on mirror; Bit 1 - source is a ghost detection of a bright star; Bit 2 - source is saturated; Bit 3 - source is multiple detect. varchar 5      
Flag_J denisDR3Source DENIS Image and source flag in J band This flag is the concatenation of image and source flags, in hexadecimal format. For the image flag, the first two digits contain: Bit 0 - clouds during observation; Bit 1 - electronic Read-Out problem; Bit 2 - internal temperature problem; Bit 3 - very bright star; Bit 4 - bright star; Bit 5 - stray light; Bit 6 - unknown problem. For the source flag, the last two digits contain: Bit 0 - source might be a dust on mirror; Bit 1 - source is a ghost detection of a bright star; Bit 2 - source is saturated; Bit 3 - source is multiple detect. varchar 5      
Flag_K denisDR3Source DENIS Image and source flag in K band This flag is the concatenation of image and source flags, in hexadecimal format. For the image flag, the first two digits contain: Bit 0 - clouds during observation; Bit 1 - electronic Read-Out problem; Bit 2 - internal temperature problem; Bit 3 - very bright star; Bit 4 - bright star; Bit 5 - stray light; Bit 6 - unknown problem. For the source flag, the last two digits contain: Bit 0 - source might be a dust on mirror; Bit 1 - source is a ghost detection of a bright star; Bit 2 - source is saturated; Bit 3 - source is multiple detect. varchar 5      
Flag_mult denisDR3Source DENIS Multiplicity flag; if set to 1, this flag indicates that the source was detected in two consecutive images, and that the 2 measurements have been combined. tinyint 1      
FLAGEQ akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Eqband flag that indicates the band at which the coordinates are determined (0:N3, 1:S7, 2:S11, 3:L15, 4:L24) char 1      
FLAGS mgcDetection MGC Extraction flags int 4      
FLAGSL15 akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Star designation
The flag consist of seven characters: exposure, photometry, saturation, mux bleed, column pulldown, artifact, and multiple flags.
char 7   9999999  
FLAGSL24 akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Star designation
The flag consist of seven characters: exposure, photometry, saturation, mux bleed, column pulldown, artifact, and multiple flags.
char 7   9999999  
FLAGSN3 akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Star designation
The flag consist of seven characters: exposure, photometry, saturation, mux bleed, column pulldown, artifact, and multiple flags.
char 7   9999999  
FLAGSS11 akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Star designation
The flag consist of seven characters: exposure, photometry, saturation, mux bleed, column pulldown, artifact, and multiple flags.
char 7   9999999  
FLAGSS7 akari_lmc_psa_v1, akari_lmc_psc_v1 AKARI Star designation
The flag consist of seven characters: exposure, photometry, saturation, mux bleed, column pulldown, artifact, and multiple flags.
char 7   9999999  
flatID Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSDR1 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSDR2 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSDR3 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSv20120926 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSv20130417 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSv20140409 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VHSv20150108 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIDEODR2 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIDEODR3 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIDEODR4 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGDR2 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGDR3 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGDR4 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCDR1 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCDR2 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCDR3 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20110816 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20110909 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20120126 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20121128 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20130304 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20130805 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20140428 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20140903 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VMCv20150309 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VSAQC UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VVVDR1 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VVVDR2 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VVVv20100531 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID Multiframe VVVv20110718 UID of library calibration flatfield frame {image extension keyword: FLATCOR} bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flatID ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC UID of library calibration flatfield frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
flux160 sage_lmcMips160Source SPITZER 160um flux float 8 mJy    
flux24 sage_lmcMips24Source SPITZER 24um flux float 8 mJy    
flux3_6 sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER 3.6um flux real 4 mJy    
flux3_6 sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 3.6um IRAC (Band 1) flux real 4 mJy    
flux4_5 sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER 4.5um flux real 4 mJy    
flux4_5 sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 4.5um IRAC (Band 1) flux real 4 mJy    
flux5_8 sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER 5.8um flux real 4 mJy    
flux5_8 sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 5.8um IRAC (Band 1) flux real 4 mJy    
flux70 sage_lmcMips70Source SPITZER 70um flux float 8 mJy    
flux8_0 sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER 8.0um flux real 4 mJy    
flux8_0 sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 8.0um IRAC (Band 1) flux real 4 mJy    
flux_100 iras_psc IRAS Averaged non-color corrected 100 micron flux density real 4 Jansky (1.0E-26 W/m**2/Hz)   phot.flux.density;em.IR.60-100um
flux_12 iras_psc IRAS Averaged non-color corrected 12 micron flux density real 4 Jansky (1.0E-26 W/m**2/Hz)   phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um
flux_25 iras_psc IRAS Averaged non-color corrected 25 micron flux density real 4 Jansky (1.0E-26 W/m**2/Hz)   phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um
flux_60 iras_psc IRAS Averaged non-color corrected 60 micron flux density real 4 Jansky (1.0E-26 W/m**2/Hz)   phot.flux.density;em.IR.30-60um
fluxH sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER H band flux real 4 mJy    
fluxH sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 2MASS All-Sky PSC H band flux real 4 mJy    
fluxJ sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER J band flux real 4 mJy    
fluxJ sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 2MASS All-Sky PSC J band flux real 4 mJy    
fluxK sage_lmcIracSource SPITZER K band flux real 4 mJy    
fluxK sage_smcIRACv1_5Source SPITZER 2MASS All-Sky PSC K band flux real 4 mJy    
FMAG grs_ngpSource, grs_ranSource, grs_sgpSource TWODFGRS Unmatched raw APM 2" profile integrated mag real 4      
fMaj first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST major axes derived from the elliptical Gaussian model for the source before deconvolution. real 4 arcsec   phys.angSize.smajAxis
fMin first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST minor axes derived from the elliptical Gaussian model for the source before deconvolution. real 4 arcsec   phys.angSize.sminAxis
focus twomass_scn 2MASS Focus setting of telescope at beginning of scan. smallint 2     instr.tel.focalLength
focus twomass_sixx2_scn 2MASS telescope focus setting smallint 2      
FOCUS_R spectra SIXDF R frame spectrograph focus value real 4      
FOCUS_V spectra SIXDF V frame spectrograph focus value real 4      
fPA first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST position angle (east of north) derived from the elliptical Gaussian model for the source before deconvolution. real 4 degrees   pos.posAng
fPeak first08Jul16Source, firstSource, firstSource12Feb16 FIRST peak flux densities real 4 mJy   phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz
fQual_100 iras_psc IRAS 100 micron flux density quality. smallint 2     meta.code.qual
fQual_12 iras_psc IRAS 12 micron flux density quality. smallint 2     meta.code.qual
fQual_25 iras_psc IRAS 25 micron flux density quality. smallint 2     meta.code.qual
fQual_60 iras_psc IRAS 60 micron flux density quality. smallint 2     meta.code.qual
frameCode svNgc253Detection SVNGC253v20100429 Code for frameType of science frame from which these data were extracted tinyint 1   0  
Post-processing bit flag assigned to represent the frameType of the image that the detections were extracted from. Catalogues come from frames that are interleaved (leav) and stacked or simply stacked (stack). These may be filtered (filt) to remove variations in the background at certain scales. 6 VISTA pawprint stacks are typically tiled (tile) to make a 1.5 square degree tile. Pawprints or tiles may be stacked to produce deep stacks or tiles (deep) and multiple tiles may be mosaicked together to produce a mosaic (mosaic). Thus a science image may be one of several types and the catalogue data from these images may or may not be used in different curation use cases or by different users. The error bit flag allows users to select or reject different data.
BitFrameType
DecimalHexadecimal
-- NONE 0 0x00000000
0 leav 1 0x00000001
1 stack 2 0x00000010
2 filt 4 0x00000100
3 tile 8 0x00001000
4 deep 16 0x00010000
5 mosaic 32 0x00100000

Different frame types can be built up from these bit flags. E.g., a mosaicdeepstack would be 0x00110010 or 50 in decimal. A tile would always have bit 3 set to 1. The decimal threshold (column 4) gives the minimum value of the quality flag for a detection having the given condition (since other bits in the flag may be set also; the corresponding hexadecimal value, where each digit corresponds to 4 bits in the flag, can be easier to compute when writing SQL queries to test for a given condition). For example, to exclude all detections in the VHS from tile frames, but not deep tile frames, include a predicate ... AND frameCode & 0x00001000 = 1 AND frameCode & 0x00010000 = 0. See the SQL Cookbook and other online pages for further information. All other frameTypes, such as normal, sky, dark, conf have frameCode=0.
frameCode svOrionDetection SVORIONv20100429 Code for frameType of science frame from which these data were extracted tinyint 1   0  
Post-processing bit flag assigned to represent the frameType of the image that the detections were extracted from. Catalogues come from frames that are interleaved (leav) and stacked or simply stacked (stack). These may be filtered (filt) to remove variations in the background at certain scales. 6 VISTA pawprint stacks are typically tiled (tile) to make a 1.5 square degree tile. Pawprints or tiles may be stacked to produce deep stacks or tiles (deep) and multiple tiles may be mosaicked together to produce a mosaic (mosaic). Thus a science image may be one of several types and the catalogue data from these images may or may not be used in different curation use cases or by different users. The error bit flag allows users to select or reject different data.
BitFrameType
DecimalHexadecimal
-- NONE 0 0x00000000
0 leav 1 0x00000001
1 stack 2 0x00000010
2 filt 4 0x00000100
3 tile 8 0x00001000
4 deep 16 0x00010000
5 mosaic 32 0x00100000

Different frame types can be built up from these bit flags. E.g., a mosaicdeepstack would be 0x00110010 or 50 in decimal. A tile would always have bit 3 set to 1. The decimal threshold (column 4) gives the minimum value of the quality flag for a detection having the given condition (since other bits in the flag may be set also; the corresponding hexadecimal value, where each digit corresponds to 4 bits in the flag, can be easier to compute when writing SQL queries to test for a given condition). For example, to exclude all detections in the VHS from tile frames, but not deep tile frames, include a predicate ... AND frameCode & 0x00001000 = 1 AND frameCode & 0x00010000 = 0. See the SQL Cookbook and other online pages for further information. All other frameTypes, such as normal, sky, dark, conf have frameCode=0.
frameCode ultravistaDetection ULTRAVISTAv20100429 Code for frameType of science frame from which these data were extracted tinyint 1   0  
Post-processing bit flag assigned to represent the frameType of the image that the detections were extracted from. Catalogues come from frames that are interleaved (leav) and stacked or simply stacked (stack). These may be filtered (filt) to remove variations in the background at certain scales. 6 VISTA pawprint stacks are typically tiled (tile) to make a 1.5 square degree tile. Pawprints or tiles may be stacked to produce deep stacks or tiles (deep) and multiple tiles may be mosaicked together to produce a mosaic (mosaic). Thus a science image may be one of several types and the catalogue data from these images may or may not be used in different curation use cases or by different users. The error bit flag allows users to select or reject different data.
BitFrameType
DecimalHexadecimal
-- NONE 0 0x00000000
0 leav 1 0x00000001
1 stack 2 0x00000010
2 filt 4 0x00000100
3 tile 8 0x00001000
4 deep 16 0x00010000
5 mosaic 32 0x00100000

Different frame types can be built up from these bit flags. E.g., a mosaicdeepstack would be 0x00110010 or 50 in decimal. A tile would always have bit 3 set to 1. The decimal threshold (column 4) gives the minimum value of the quality flag for a detection having the given condition (since other bits in the flag may be set also; the corresponding hexadecimal value, where each digit corresponds to 4 bits in the flag, can be easier to compute when writing SQL queries to test for a given condition). For example, to exclude all detections in the VHS from tile frames, but not deep tile frames, include a predicate ... AND frameCode & 0x00001000 = 1 AND frameCode & 0x00010000 = 0. See the SQL Cookbook and other online pages for further information. All other frameTypes, such as normal, sky, dark, conf have frameCode=0.
frameCode videoDetection VIDEOv20100513 Code for frameType of science frame from which these data were extracted tinyint 1   0  
Post-processing bit flag assigned to represent the frameType of the image that the detections were extracted from. Catalogues come from frames that are interleaved (leav) and stacked or simply stacked (stack). These may be filtered (filt) to remove variations in the background at certain scales. 6 VISTA pawprint stacks are typically tiled (tile) to make a 1.5 square degree tile. Pawprints or tiles may be stacked to produce deep stacks or tiles (deep) and multiple tiles may be mosaicked together to produce a mosaic (mosaic). Thus a science image may be one of several types and the catalogue data from these images may or may not be used in different curation use cases or by different users. The error bit flag allows users to select or reject different data.
BitFrameType
DecimalHexadecimal
-- NONE 0 0x00000000
0 leav 1 0x00000001
1 stack 2 0x00000010
2 filt 4 0x00000100
3 tile 8 0x00001000
4 deep 16 0x00010000
5 mosaic 32 0x00100000

Different frame types can be built up from these bit flags. E.g., a mosaicdeepstack would be 0x00110010 or 50 in decimal. A tile would always have bit 3 set to 1. The decimal threshold (column 4) gives the minimum value of the quality flag for a detection having the given condition (since other bits in the flag may be set also; the corresponding hexadecimal value, where each digit corresponds to 4 bits in the flag, can be easier to compute when writing SQL queries to test for a given condition). For example, to exclude all detections in the VHS from tile frames, but not deep tile frames, include a predicate ... AND frameCode & 0x00001000 = 1 AND frameCode & 0x00010000 = 0. See the SQL Cookbook and other online pages for further information. All other frameTypes, such as normal, sky, dark, conf have frameCode=0.
frameCode vvvDetection VVVv20100531 Code for frameType of science frame from which these data were extracted tinyint 1   0  
Post-processing bit flag assigned to represent the frameType of the image that the detections were extracted from. Catalogues come from frames that are interleaved (leav) and stacked or simply stacked (stack). These may be filtered (filt) to remove variations in the background at certain scales. 6 VISTA pawprint stacks are typically tiled (tile) to make a 1.5 square degree tile. Pawprints or tiles may be stacked to produce deep stacks or tiles (deep) and multiple tiles may be mosaicked together to produce a mosaic (mosaic). Thus a science image may be one of several types and the catalogue data from these images may or may not be used in different curation use cases or by different users. The error bit flag allows users to select or reject different data.
BitFrameType
DecimalHexadecimal
-- NONE 0 0x00000000
0 leav 1 0x00000001
1 stack 2 0x00000010
2 filt 4 0x00000100
3 tile 8 0x00001000
4 deep 16 0x00010000
5 mosaic 32 0x00100000

Different frame types can be built up from these bit flags. E.g., a mosaicdeepstack would be 0x00110010 or 50 in decimal. A tile would always have bit 3 set to 1. The decimal threshold (column 4) gives the minimum value of the quality flag for a detection having the given condition (since other bits in the flag may be set also; the corresponding hexadecimal value, where each digit corresponds to 4 bits in the flag, can be easier to compute when writing SQL queries to test for a given condition). For example, to exclude all detections in the VHS from tile frames, but not deep tile frames, include a predicate ... AND frameCode & 0x00001000 = 1 AND frameCode & 0x00010000 = 0. See the SQL Cookbook and other online pages for further information. All other frameTypes, such as normal, sky, dark, conf have frameCode=0.
frameSetID svNgc253MergeLog SVNGC253v20100429 frame set ID, unique over the whole WSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID svNgc253Source SVNGC253v20100429 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID svOrionMergeLog SVORIONv20100429 frame set ID, unique over the whole WSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID svOrionSource SVORIONv20100429 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID ultravistaMergeLog ULTRAVISTAv20100429 frame set ID, unique over the whole WSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID ultravistaSource ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID ultravistaSourceRemeasurement ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSDR1 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSDR2 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSDR3 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSv20120926 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSv20130417 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSv20140409 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsMergeLog VHSv20150108 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSDR1 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSDR2 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSDR3 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSv20120926 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSv20130417 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSv20140409 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSource VHSv20150108 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vhsSourceRemeasurement VHSDR1 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID videoMergeLog VIDEODR3 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoMergeLog VIDEODR4 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoMergeLog VIDEOv20100513 frame set ID, unique over the whole WSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoMergeLog VIDEOv20111208 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoMergeLog, videoVarFrameSetInfo, videoVariability VIDEODR2 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSource VIDEODR2 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSource VIDEODR3 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSource VIDEODR4 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSource VIDEOv20100513 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSource VIDEOv20111208 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID videoSourceRemeasurement VIDEOv20100513 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGDR3 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGDR4 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20110714 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20111019 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20130417 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20140402 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog VIKINGv20150421 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingMergeLog, vikingVarFrameSetInfo, vikingVariability VIKINGDR2 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGDR2 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGDR3 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGDR4 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGv20110714 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGv20111019 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGv20130417 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGv20140402 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSource VIKINGv20150421 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vikingSourceRemeasurement VIKINGv20110714 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vikingSourceRemeasurement VIKINGv20111019 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCDR2 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCDR3 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20110816 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20110909 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20120126 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20121128 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20130304 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20130805 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20140428 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20140903 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog VMCv20150309 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcMergeLog, vmcVarFrameSetInfo, vmcVariability VMCDR1 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCDR1 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCDR2 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCDR3 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20110816 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20110909 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20120126 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20121128 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20130304 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20130805 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20140428 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20140903 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSource VMCv20150309 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vmcSourceRemeasurement VMCv20110816 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vmcSourceRemeasurement VMCv20110909 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vvvMergeLog VVVDR2 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvMergeLog VVVv20100531 frame set ID, unique over the whole WSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvMergeLog VVVv20110718 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvMergeLog, vvvVarFrameSetInfo, vvvVariability VVVDR1 frame set ID, unique over the whole VSA via programme ID prefix, assigned by merging procedure bigint 8     meta.id;obs.field
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvSource VVVDR1 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvSource VVVDR2 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvSource VVVv20100531 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvSource VVVv20110718 UID of the set of frames that this merged source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
Each merged source in the merged source tables come from a set of individual passband frames (with different filters and/or different epochs of observation). In the WSA, a frame is generally the image provided by one detector (dither-stacked and interlaced as appropriate); hence a frame set comprises a set of individual detector frames in different passbands and/or at different observation epochs. Each frame set is uniquely identified by the attribute frameSetID, and this references a row in the corresponding merge log for the source table (for example, vhsSource.frameSetID references whsMergeLog.frameSetID. The merge log in turn references the full set of image descriptive data held in the tables MultiframeDetector and ultimately Multiframe (these two tables map directly onto the multi-extension FITS file hierarchy of extension FITS headers beneath a single primary HDU FITS header - primary HDU FITS keys will be found in Multiframe, while the corresponding extension FITS keys for each primary set will be found in table MultiframeDetector). In this way, you can trace the provenance of a merged source record right back to the individual image frames from which it is derived.
frameSetID vvvSourceRemeasurement VVVv20100531 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetID vvvSourceRemeasurement VVVv20110718 UID of the set of frames that this remeasured source comes from bigint 8     meta.bib
frameSetTolerance Programme SVNGC253v20100429 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme SVORIONv20100429 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme ULTRAVISTAv20100429 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSDR1 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSDR2 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSDR3 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSv20120926 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSv20130417 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VHSv20150108 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIDEODR2 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIDEODR3 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIDEODR4 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIDEOv20100513 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIDEOv20111208 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGDR2 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGDR3 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGDR4 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGv20110714 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGv20111019 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGv20130417 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VIKINGv20150421 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCDR1 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCDR3 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20110816 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20110909 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20120126 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20121128 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20130304 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20130805 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20140428 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20140903 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VMCv20150309 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VSAQC The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VVVDR1 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VVVDR2 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VVVv20100531 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameSetTolerance Programme VVVv20110718 The match tolerance for different passband frames real 4 Degrees   ??
frameType Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSDR1 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSDR2 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSDR3 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSv20120926 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSv20130417 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSv20140409 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VHSv20150108 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIDEODR2 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIDEODR3 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIDEODR4 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGDR2 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGDR3 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGDR4 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCDR1 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCDR2 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCDR3 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20110816 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20110909 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20120126 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20121128 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20130304 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20130805 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20140428 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20140903 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VMCv20150309 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VSAQC The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VVVDR1 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VVVDR2 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VVVv20100531 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType Multiframe VVVv20110718 The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.)
A multiframe can have a combination of different types.
varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
The frame types and their abbreviations are:
confidence = "conf"dark = "dark" deep = "deep"difference = "diff" filtered = "filt"
flat = "flat" interleaved = "leav"mosaic = "mosaic" sky = "sky"stack = "stack" default value = "normal"
frameType ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC The type of multiframe (e.g. stack|tile|mosaic etc.) varchar 64   normal meta.code.class
frinID Multiframe SVNGC253v20100429 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe SVORIONv20100429 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe ULTRAVISTAv20100429 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSDR1 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSDR2 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSDR3 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSv20120926 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSv20130417 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSv20140409 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VHSv20150108 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIDEODR2 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIDEODR3 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIDEODR4 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIDEOv20100513 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIDEOv20111208 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGDR2 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGDR3 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGDR4 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGv20110714 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGv20111019 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGv20130417 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGv20140402 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VIKINGv20150421 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCDR1 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCDR2 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCDR3 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20110816 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20110909 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20120126 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20121128 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20130304 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20130805 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20140428 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20140903 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VMCv20150309 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VVVDR1 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VVVDR2 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VVVv20100531 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe VVVv20110718 UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
frinID Multiframe, ultravistaMultiframe, vhsMultiframe, videoMultiframe, vikingMultiframe, vmcMultiframe, vvvMultiframe VSAQC UID of library calibration fringe frame bigint 8   -99999999 obs.field
fwhm RequiredStack SVNGC253v20100429 SEX source extraction tool option for mosaic FWHM real 4 pixels -0.9999995e9 ??
fwhm RequiredStack SVORIONv20100429 SEX source extraction tool option for mosaic FWHM real 4 pixels -0.9999995e9 ??
fwhm RequiredStack ULTRAVISTAv20100429 SEX source extraction tool option for mosaic FWHM real 4 pixels -0.9999995e9 ??
FWHM_IMAGE mgcDetection MGC FWHM assuming a gaussian core real 4 pixel    



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