Table information for 'gcns.hyacob'


Table Description: A list of 920+212 probable Hyades and ComaBer members in the eDR3 GCNS sample.

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Resource Description:

This is a clean and well characterised catalogue of objects within 100pc of the Sun from the Gaia early third data release. We characterise the catalogue using the full data release, and comparisons to other catalogues in literature and simulations. For all candidates (measured parallax < 8 mas), we calculate a distance probability function using Bayesian procedures and mock catalogues for the prediction of the priors. For each entry using a random forest classifier we attempt to remove sources with spurious astrometric solutions.

This results in 331312 objects that should contain at least 92% of stars within 100 pc at spectral type M9.

GCNS comes with several auxiliary tables, in particular lists of resolved stellar systems, of known neary stars not found in eDR3 and of candidates of Hyades and ComaBer cluster members.

For a list of all services and tables belonging to this table's resource, see Information on resource 'The Gaia eDR3 Catalogue of Nearby Stars GCNS'

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To cite the table as such, we suggest the following BibTeX entry:

  title={eDR3 {GCNS} open cluster membership table},
  author={Smart, R.L. and Sarro, L.M. and Rybizki, J. and Reylé, C. and Robin, A.C. and Hambly, N.C. and Abbas, U. and Barstow, M.A. and de Bruijne, J.H.J. and Bucciarelli, B. and Carrasco, J.M. and Cooper, W.J. and Hodgkin, S.T. and Masana, E. and Michalik, D. and Sahlmann, J. and Sozzetti, A. and Gaia Collaboration},
  howpublished={{VO} resource provided by the {GAVO} Data Center}


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NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
source_id Source Id Gaia DR3 unique source identifier. Note that this *cannot* be matched against the DR1 or DR2 source_ids. [Note id] N/A;meta.main
name Cluster Name of the cluster this object probably belongs to N/A
c_cluster P Dimensionless chi-square test statistic. Small values indicate highly probable members (cf. eq. 4 in 2018MNRAS.477.3197R) N/A stat.likelihood
dist_cluster D Distance of each star from the cluster barycentre. [Note d] pc pos.distance

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Note d

This is computed using the median xcoord, ycoord, zcoord from gcns.main. The cluster barycentre is computed as the average (X, Y, Z) coordinate of all stars in the central region of the cluster (two tidal radii), assuming equal masses for all stars.