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Simple TargetList Of TargetsFast Xmatch with large catalogs or Simbad
Target Name (resolved by Sesame) or Position:
Target dimension:
NB: The epoch used for the query is the original epoch of the table(s)Radius Box size

  CNOC cluster redshift survey catalogs. VI. (Ellingson+ 1998)
Post annotation
1.J/ApJS/116/247/table2(c)MS 0015.9+1609 catalog (280 rows)
2.J/ApJS/116/247/table3(c)MS 0451.5-0305 catalog (202 rows)
3.J/ApJS/116/247/table4Comparison of data from Dressler & Gunn (1992, Cat. J/ApJS/78/1) (45 rows)

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Column  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
   (ALL)PPP  Object number (Note 1)   
  (1+2)oRA arcsec Offset in right ascension (Note 2)   
  (1+2)oDE arcsec Offset in declination (Note 2)   
   (ALL)rmag mag r magnitude
  (1+2)g-r mag (n) g-r colour index
  (1+2)z  (n) Heliocentric redshift
  (1+2)e_z 10-5 (n) rms uncertainty on z
  (1+2)R  (n) Correlation significance parameter
  (1+2)SpClass  (n) Spectral classification of object (Note 3)   
  (1+2)r_z (char) [F] F: Redshifts from Fabricant et al. (1991ApJ...381...33F)

ALL cols
(n) indicates a possible blank or NULL column(i)indexed column
  (1+2)Wm  Magnitude selection weight
  (1+2)Wxy  Geometric selection weight
  (1+2)_RA deg (i) Computed Right Ascension for Equinox: J2000 (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (1+2)_DE deg (i) Computed Declination for Equinox: J2000 (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (3)DG92  Dressler & Gunn (1992, Cat. J/ApJS/78/1) number
  (3)zDG  Dressler & Gunn (1992, Cat. J/ApJS/78/1) redshift
  (3)zCNOC  (n) CNOC redshift

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