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J/AJ/148/122
  YSOVAR: infrared photometry in Lynds 1688 (Gunther+, 2014)
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1.J/AJ/148/122/table1Observation log (108 rows)
2.J/AJ/148/122/table2(c)Source designations, flux densities, and light curve properties (882 rows)
3.J/AJ/148/122/table4Periodic sources in the fast-cadence data (14 rows)
4.J/AJ/148/122/table5(c)New members for L1688 in addition to the YSOVAR standard member set and Wilking et al. 2008 (cat. II/289) (17 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)
  (1)AOR  Spitzer Astronomical Observation Request (AOR) identification number (Note 1)   (meta.id;obs)
  (1)Obs0 s (n)Starting UT date of the observation (time.start;obs)
  (1)Obs1 s (n)Ending UT date of the observation (time.end;obs)
  (2+4)RAJ2000 deg (i) Right Ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  (2+4)DEJ2000 deg (i) Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
   (2+3+4)Name (char) (i) Object name (Note 1)   (meta.id;meta.main)
  (2)M (char) {vPop}Periodic source in the fast-cadence data (table 4), or New source (table 5) (meta.ref.url)
  (2)SSTYSV (char) IAU designation in the Spitzer Space Telescope YSOVAR survey (JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s) (Note 2)   (meta.id)
  (2)OName (char) Other object identifier(s) (meta.id)
  (2)SSTc2d (char) Identifier in the Spitzer Space Telescope c2d project (JHHMMSS.S+DDMMSS) (Note 3)   (meta.id)

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  (2)W+08  (n) [40/258] Identifier in Wilking et al. 2008 (cat. II/289) (meta.id)
  (2)AOC08 (char) Identifier in Alves de Oliveira & Casali 2008 (cat. J/A+A/485/155) (JHHMMSS.ss+HHMMSS.s) (meta.id)
  (2)UKIDSS  (n) UKIDSS object identifier (Note 4)   (meta.id)
  (2)Jmag mag (n) [9.4/17.6] The 2MASS J band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.J)
  (2)e_Jmag mag (n) Uncertainty in Jmag (stat.error;phot.mag;em.IR.J)
  (2)r_Jmag (char) Data reference source for Jmag (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.mag;em.IR.J)
  (2)Hmag mag (n) [8.6/16.9] The 2MASS H band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.H)
  (2)e_Hmag mag (n) Uncertainty in Hmag (stat.error;phot.mag;em.IR.H)
  (2)r_Hmag (char) Data reference source for Hmag (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.mag;em.IR.H)
  (2)Kmag mag (n) [7.8/15.5] The 2MASS Ks band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.K)
  (2)e_Kmag mag (n) Uncertainty in Kmag (stat.error;phot.mag;em.IR.K)
  (2)r_Kmag (char) Data reference source for Kmag (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.mag;em.IR.K)
  (2)[3.6] mag (n) [6.4/17.9] Spitzer/IRAC 3.6µm band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)

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  (2)e_[3.6] mag (n) Uncertainty in [3.6] (stat.error;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)r_[3.6] (char) Data reference source for [3.6] (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)[4.5] mag (n) [5/17.4] Spitzer/IRAC 4.5µm band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)e_[4.5] mag (n) Uncertainty in 4.5mag (stat.error;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)r_[4.5] (char) Data reference source for [4.5] (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)[5.8] mag (n) [3.8/15.6] Spitzer/IRAC 5.8µm band magnitude (phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)e_[5.8] mag (n) Uncertainty in [5.8] (stat.error;phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)r_[5.8] (char) Data reference source for [5.8] (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.flux.density;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)[8.0] mag (n) [2.6/14.9] Spitzer/IRAC 8µm band magnitude (phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um)
  (2)e_[8.0] mag (n) Uncertainty in [8.0] (stat.error;phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um)
  (2)r_[8.0] (char) Data reference source for [8.0] (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um)
  (2)[24] mag (n) [0.5/10.3] Spitzer/MIPS 24um band magnitude (Note 6)   (phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um)
  (2)e_[24] mag (n) Uncertainty in [24] (stat.error;phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um)

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  (2)r_[24] (char) Data reference source for [24] (Note 5)   (meta.ref;phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um)
  (2)Cl1 (char) Infrared (IR) class according to Spectral Energy Distribution (SED) slope in all visibility windows (F, I, II, or III) (Note G1)   (meta.code.class;em.IR)
  (2)Cl2 (char) IR class according to SED slope in visibility window 1 only (F, I, II, or III) (Note G1)   (meta.code.class;em.IR)
  (2)Mm (char) Cluster membership according to YSOVAR standard (False or True) (meta.code.member)
  (2)Std (char) Source in YSOVAR standard set? (False or True) (Note 7)   (meta.code)
  (2)N36 ct Number of data points in the 3.6µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (meta.number;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)N45 ct Number of data points in the 4.5µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (meta.number;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)M36 mag (n) Maximum of 3.6µm band magnitude in light curve (for first visibility window) (Note 1)   (stat.max;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)m36 mag (n) Minimum of 3.6µm band magnitude in light curve (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.min;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)M45 mag (n) Maximum of 4.5µm band magnitude in light curve (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.max;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)m45 mag (n) Minimum of 4.5µm band magnitude in light curve (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.min;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)<[36]> mag (n) Mean Spitzer/IRAC 3.6µm band magnitude (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)e_<[36]> mag (n) Standard deviation in <[36]> (Note 8)   (stat.stdev;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)

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  (2)W36 mag (n) Width of Spitzer/IRAC 3.6µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 9)   (instr.bandwidth;obs;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)<[45]> mag (n) Mean Spitzer/IRAC 4.5µm band magnitude (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)e_<[45]> mag (n) Standard deviation in <[45]> (Note 8)   (stat.stdev;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)W45 mag (n) Width of Spitzer/IRAC 4.5µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 9)   (instr.bandwidth;obs;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)chi36  (n) Reduced χ2 to mean 3.6µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.fit.chi2;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)chi45  (n) Reduced χ2 to mean 4.5µm band (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.fit.chi2;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)t36 d (n) Decay time of 3.6µm band AutoCorrelation Function (ACF) (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (time;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)t45 d (n) Decay time of 4.5µm band ACF (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (time;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)Stet1  (n) Stetson index for 3.6 and 4.5µm band light curves (for first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (spect.index;em.IR)
  (2)CMD1 rad (n) Angle of best-fit line in Color-Magnitude Diagram (CMD) for 3.6 and 4.5µm bands (in first visibility window only) (Note 1)   (stat.fit.param)
  (2)e_CMD1 rad (n) Uncertainty in CMD1 (stat.error)
  (2)N3.6 ct Number of data points in entire 3.6µm band light curve (Note 1)   (meta.number;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)N4.5 ct Number of data points in entire 4.5µm band light curve (Note 1)   (meta.number;em.IR.4-8um)

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(n) indicates a possible blank or NULL column(i)indexed column
  (2)M3.6 mag (n) Maximum magnitude in entire 3.6µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.max;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)m3.6 mag (n) Minimum magnitude in entire 3.6µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.min;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)M4.5 mag (n) Maximum magnitude in entire 4.5µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.max;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)m4.5 mag (n) Minimum magnitude in entire 4.5µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.min;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)<[3.6]> mag (n) Mean magnitude in entire Spitzer/IRAC 3.6µm band light curve (Note 1)   (phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)e_<[3.6]> mag (n) Standard deviation in <[3.6]> (Note 8)   (stat.stdev;phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)W3.6 mag (n) Width of entire Spitzer/IRAC 3.6µm band light curve (Note 9)   (phot.mag;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)<[4.5]> mag (n) Mean magnitude in entire Spitzer/IRAC 4.5µm band light curve (Note 1)   (phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)e_<[4.5]> mag (n) Standard deviation in <[4.5]> (Note 8)   (stat.stdev;phot.mag;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)W4.5 mag (n) Width of entire Spitzer/IRAC 4.5µm band light curve (Note 9)   (instr.bandwidth;obs;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)chi3.6  (n) Reduced χ2 to mean of entire 3.6µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.fit.chi2;em.IR.3-4um)
  (2)chi4.5  (n) Reduced χ2 to mean of entire 4.5µm band light curve (Note 1)   (stat.fit.chi2;em.IR.4-8um)
  (2)Stet  (n) Stetson index for entire 3.6 and 4.5µm band light curves (Note 1)   (spect.index;em.IR)

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  (2)CMD rad (n) Angle of best-fit line in CMD for entire 3.6 and 4.5µm band light curves (Note 1)   (stat.fit.param)
  (2)e_CMD rad (n) Uncertainty in CMD (stat.error)
  (2)Teff K (n) [0/5040] Effective temperature from literature (phys.temperature.effective)
  (2)r_Teff (char) Reference for Teff (Note 5)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)
  (2)Xr (char) Chandra counterpart? (False or True) (meta.code)
  (2)G+09  (n)Display the data from Gutermuth et al. 2009 (cat. J/ApJS/184/18) within 5'' (meta.ref.url)
  (3)Channel (char) IRAC channel: [3.6], [4.5], or [3.6]-[4.5] (Note 1)   (instr.bandpass)
  (3)Per d [2.2/14.5] Period (time.period)
  (3)Prob   [0/1] False-alarm probability (stat.probability)
  (3+4)Cl (char) Observed SED class using the light curves from visibility window 1 (Note G1)   (src.class)

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