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Simple TargetList Of TargetsFast Xmatch with large catalogs or Simbad
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J/ApJ/706/L7
  The Fermi LAT sky as seen by INTEGRAL/IBIS (Ubertini+, 2009)
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1.J/ApJ/706/L7/table1(c)Spatial correlation between Fermi LAT and IBIS sources (16 rows)
2.J/ApJ/706/L7/table2(c)2σ upper limit (20-40keV) for the 189 Fermi LAT sources with no IBIS counterpart (189 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)0FGL (char) Fermi designation (JHHMM.m+DDMM) (meta.id;meta.main)
  (1)RAdeg deg Right ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.ra)
  (1)DEdeg deg Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.dec)
  (1)RAIdeg deg IBIS right ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.ra)
  (1)DEIdeg deg IBIS declination in decimal degrees (J2000) (pos.eq.dec)
  (1)Dist arcmin Distance between Fermi/LAT and IBIS sources (Note 1)   (pos.angDistance)
  (1)Sep  Separation (Note 1)   (pos.angDistance)
  (1)Name (char) IBIS identification (meta.id.cross)
   (ALL)Simbad (char) ask the Simbad data-base about this object
   (ALL)_RA deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
   (ALL)_DE deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  (2)Flux mCrab Integral/IBIS 2σ upper limit flux (Note 2)   (phot.flux.density;em.gamma.hard)

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