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The 1 column in color are computed by VizieR, and are not part of the original data.

Note: USNO-A2.0 contains 526,280,881 sources, and is based on a re-reduction of the Precision Measuring Machine (PMM) scans from POSS-I O and E plates (>=-18°) and SRC-J and ESO-R plates (<=-20°). USNO-A2.0 was created by Dave Monet () and collaborators at Flagstaff Station, U.S. Naval Observatory.
The major difference between USNO-A2.0 and its previous version USNO-A1.0 is that A1.0 used the Guide Star Catalog as its reference frame whereas A2.0 uses the ICRF as realized by the USNO ACT catalog (Urban et al. 1997). The VizieR search engine uses an on-line compressed version (3.6Gbytes) which was generated at CDS.

I/252/out The USNO-A2.0 Catalogue (Monet+ 1998)

The Full Catalogue (526280881 rows) (Note)
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Bmag
mag
Rmag
mag
Epoch
yr
10.6030825-00162021010.935109-01.014275    13.812.91954.674

Note: The Guide Star Catalog has been constructed to support the operational need of the Hubble Space Telescope. It contains over 25 million positions for about 19 million objects, of which more than 15 million are classified as stars. The version 1.2 is a new astrometric reduction which results in absolute position errors about 0.3-0.4 arcsec. (see GSC pages at URL http://www-gsss.stsci.edu/gsc/gsc.html)

I/254/out The HST Guide Star Catalog, Version 1.2 (Lasker+ 1996)
The Full Catalogue (25241730 positions) (25241730 rows)
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Class

Plate

Epoch
yr
10.170467300311010.93522-01.01423 0.313.42 0.31 00012F1982.851
I/263/acr_a ACR catalog around Celestial Equator (Stone+, 1999)
The whole ACR catalogue around Celestial Equator (regions A through P) (1268761 rows)
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e_
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DEJ2000
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e_
mas
RFmag
mag
pmRA
s/hyr
e_
mas/yr
pmDE
arcsec/hyr
e_
mas/yr
10.095 1007747010.935239 22-01.014219 2812.68 0.073 5.8 0.47 5.8

Note: The current version includes only the North (POSS-I plates)

I/267/out The APM-North Catalogue (McMahon+, 2000)

The Full Northern APM Catalogue (166466987 rows)
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rEll

bmag
mag
l_

bClass

bStel

bDiam
arcsec
b-r
mag
Mflag

10.534EO1196-0218896010.935145-01.01430013.91  -1 -1.09 17.4 0.0415.05  -1 -0.01 19.1 1.15  
21.278EO0591-0211655010.934909-01.01419520.00L 0      15.26  -1 -1.44 16.1 -4.74  

Note: The construction of the GSC-II is still in progress: this version has no proper motions, and the magnitude limits are 18.5 in F (red) and 19.5 in J (blue). The data are copyrighted, check the data use Policy.

I/271/out The GSC 2.2 Catalogue (STScI, 2001)

The Full GSC2.2.1 Catalogue (455851237 objects) (455851237 rows)
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e_
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Class

a
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e

10.189S0003100111010.935223-01.0142441987.73012.59 0.4213.57 0.420 5.70 0.04
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