Gaia eDR3 Lite Cone Search

This is gaia_source from the Gaia early Data Release 3, stripped to just enough columns to enable basic science (but therefore a bit faster and simpler to deal with than the full gaia_source table).

Note that on this server, there is also The gedr3dist.main, which gives distances computed by Bailer-Jones et al. Use these in preference to working with the raw parallaxes.

This server also carries the gedr3mock schema containing a simulation of gaia_source based on a state-of-the-art galaxy model, computed by Rybizki et al.

Coordinates (as h m s, d m s or decimal degrees), or SIMBAD-resolvable object
Search radius in arcminutes
Absolute barycentric stellar parallax of the source at the reference epoch J2016.0. If looking for a distance, consider joining with gedr3dist.main and using the distances from there.
Mean magnitude in the G band. This is computed from the G-band mean flux applying the magnitude zero-point in the Vega scale. To obtain error estimates, see phot_g_mean_flux_over_error.
Mean magnitude in the integrated BP band. This is computed from the BP-band mean flux applying the magnitude zero-point in the Vega scale. To obtain error estimates, see phot_bp_mean_flux_over_error.
Mean magnitude in the integrated RP band. This is computed from the RP-band mean flux applying the magnitude zero-point in the Vega scale. To obtain error estimates, see phot_rp_mean_flux_over_error.
Gaia eDR3 unique source identifier. Note that this *cannot* be matched against the DR1 or DR2 source_ids.
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If you use public Gaia eDR3 data in a paper, please take note of ESAC's guide on how to acknowledge and cite it.