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J/AJ/144/81
  Spectroscopy and photometry of CV candidates (Thorstensen+, 2012)
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1.J/AJ/144/81/table1(c)List of the observed objects (56 rows)
2.J/AJ/144/81/table4Fits to radial velocities (12 rows)
3.J/AJ/144/81/table2Summary of spectroscopy (36 rows)
4.J/AJ/144/81/table5Standardized magnitudes (49 rows)
5.J/AJ/144/81/table3Radial Velocities (303 rows)
6.J/AJ/144/81/table6(c)SDSS classifications and cross-match (285 rows)

 
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  (ALL)recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  (1+6)CRTS (char) Catalina Real Time Survey (CRTS) name (encodes the date of outburst before the colon, and the J2000 celestial coordinates after the colon) (meta.id)
  (1)f_CRTS (char) [b] CSS2029-15 has been named SY Cap (meta.code)
   (1+2+3+4+5)CSS (char) (i) Cataclysmic variable identifier (JHHMM+DD) (meta.id;meta.main)
  (1)No   [0/15] Number of outbursts (from a perusal of light curves; see Section 5.2 for more details) (meta.number)
  (1)n_No (char) [a] CSS1219-19 shows a secular increase from m∼19.5 to m∼17.5, with short-term variability, but no clearly defined outbursts (meta.note)
  (1)mMax mag Magnitude at maximum from CRTS (phot.mag)
  (1)mMin mag Magnitude at minimum from CRTS (phot.mag)
  (1)Ns  (n) [1/52] Total number of spectra obtained (meta.number)
  (1)Ni  (n) [1/8] Total number of direct images obtained (meta.number)
  (1)V (char) V indicates stars with radial velocity fits (meta.ref.url)

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  (1+6)SimbadName (char) Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (meta.id)
  (1+6)_RA deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD database (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (1+6)_DE deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD database (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (2)VC (char) Velocity curve (meta.ref.url)
  (2)Spec (char) Spectra (emn=emission, absn=absorption, comb=combined) (meta.code)
  (2)T0 d (n) Heliocentric Julian Date; HJD-2400000 (the epoch is chosen to be near the center of the time interval covered by the data, and within one cycle of an actual observation) (Note 1)   (time.epoch)
  (2)e_T0 d (n) Uncertainty in T0 (stat.error)
  (2)Per d Period (Note 1)   (time.period)
  (2)e_Per d Uncertainty in Per (stat.error)
  (2)K km/s (n) Ksin parameter (Note 1)   (phys.veloc)
  (2)e_K km/s (n) Uncertainty in K (stat.error)
  (2)y km/s (n) γ parameter (Note 1)   (phys.veloc)
  (2)e_y km/s (n) Uncertainty in y (stat.error;pos.cartesian.y)

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  (2)N  (n) Number of spectra used (meta.number)
  (2)rms km/s (n) rms residual of the fit (σ) (stat.fit.residual)
  (3)JD d Observation Julian Date; JD-2450000 (Note 1)   (time.epoch)
  (3)JD2 d (n) 2nd observation Julian Date; JD-2450000 (time.epoch)
  (3)f_JD2 (char) [e] CSS1055+09 was observed on two nights (meta.code)
  (3)In (char) Instrument (MN=Modular spectrograph with detector Nellie; MT=Modular spectrograph with detector Templeton; OS=OSMOS, Ohio State Multi-Object Spectrograph) (meta.id;instr)
  (3)Exp s Exposure time (time.duration;obs.exposure)
  (3+4)Vmag mag (n) V magnitudes synthetized from the spectrum (they are ideally good to ±0.2mag, but larger errors are possible because of clouds and seeing) (phot.mag;em.opt.V)
  (3)f_Vmag (char) [d] magnitudes could not be synthesized for the spectra of CSS2213+17 and CSS2227+28 because of condensation on the detector window (meta.code)
  (3)EWHa 0.1nm Hα equivalent width (positive for emission) (spect.line.eqWidth;em.line.Halpha)
  (3)f_EWHa (char) Flag on EWHa (Note 2)   (meta.code)
  (4)JD (char) d Observation Julian Date; JD-2450000 (time.epoch)
  (4)B-V mag (n) The (B-V) color index (phot.color;em.opt.B;em.opt.V)

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  (4)e_B-V mag (n) Statistical uncertainty in B-V (Note 1)   (stat.error;phot.color;em.opt.B)
  (4)e_Vmag mag Statistical uncertainty in Vmag (Note 1)   (stat.error;phot.mag;em.opt.V)
  (4)V-R mag (n) The (V-R) color index (phot.color;em.opt.V;em.opt.R)
  (4)e_V-R mag (n) Statistical uncertainty in V-R (Note 1)   (stat.error;phot.color;em.opt.V)
  (4)V-I mag (n) The (V-I) color index (phot.color;em.opt.V;em.opt.I)
  (4)e_V-I mag (n) Statistical uncertainty in V-I (Note 1)   (stat.error;phot.color;em.opt.V)
  (5)HJD d Heliocentric Julian Date of mid-exposure in UTC time system; HJD-2400000 (time.epoch)
  (5)RVa km/s (n) Absorption line radial velocity (phys.veloc;pos.heliocentric)
  (5)e_RVa km/s (n) The 1σ error in RVa (stat.error)
  (5)RVe km/s (n) Emission line radial velocity (phys.veloc;pos.heliocentric)
  (5)e_RVe km/s (n) The 1σ error in RVe (stat.error)
  (6)SDSS (char) SDSS identifier of the cataclysmic variable; (JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s) (meta.id;meta.main)
  (6)r_SDSS  Reference (paper number in the SzkodyI-VIII series in which the object was published) (Note 1)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)

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  (6)Type (char) Estimate of the cataclysmic variable type (Note 2)   (meta.code;src.var)
  (6)DR9 (char) Display the data from the photometric SDSS-DR9 catalog within 1.5" (meta.ref.url)
  (6)Sloan (char) Display the SDSS data for this cataclysmic variable (meta.ref.url)

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