Table information for 'gdr2mock.raw_exts'


Table Description: Extinctions for Gaia DR2 mock photometry. This is joined into the parsec_phot view.

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Resource Description: This catalogue is a simulation of the Gaia DR2 stellar content using Galaxia (a tool to sample stars from a Besancon-like Milky Way model), 3d dust extinction maps and the latest PARSEC Isochrones. It is mimicking the Gaia DR2 data model and an apparent magnitude limit of g=20,7. Extinctions and photometry in different bands have also been included in a supplementary table as well as uncertainty estimates using a scaled nominal error model.

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  title={A Gaia DR2 mock stellar catalog},
  author={Rybizki, J. and Demleitner, M. and Fouesneau, M. and Bailer-Jones, C. and Rix, H.-W. and Andrae, R.},
  howpublished={{VO} resource provided by the {GAVO} Data Center},
  doi = {10.21938/SYx.JVejuu66uzDiLcfRlA}


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NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
index_noext Phot. Ref. A reference to dereddened photometry. This is built like index_parsec, except that DDD is always zero. It is used to reference the raw_phot table and should not be user-visible. N/A meta.ref
index_parsec Bin The parsec bin has the format AABBCCCDDD, where AA denotes the metallicity bin, BB the luminosity bin, CCC the T_eff bin, and DDD the extinction bin. N/A;meta.main
a_bp A_BP Extinction in the Gaia BP band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.B
a_rp A_RP Extinction in the Gaia RP band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.R
a_ju A_U Extinction in the Johnson U band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.U
a_jb A_B Extinction in the Johnson B band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.B
a_jv A_V Extinction in the Johnson V band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.V
a_jr A_R Extinction in the Johnson R band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.R
a_ji A_I Extinction in the Johnson I band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.I
a_jj A_J Extinction in the Johnson J band mag phys.absorption;
a_jh A_H Extinction in the Johnson H band mag phys.absorption;
a_jk A_K Extinction in the Johnson K band mag phys.absorption;
a_su A_u Extinction in the SDSS u band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.U
a_sg A_g Extinction in the SDSS g band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.V
a_sr A_r Extinction in the SDSS r band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.R
a_si A_i Extinction in the SDSS i band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.I
a_sz A_z Extinction in the SDSS z band mag phys.absorption;em.opt.I

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