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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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11.5021275-12358826297.115295+41.909520    13.713.41954.569

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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10.490314400002297.11520+41.90924 0.313.38 0.40 10003S1983.672
20.720314400002297.11509+41.90933 0.213.59 0.40 1301KC1982.390

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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10.127N0303030625297.115085+41.9090961991.59813.47 0.4314.01 0.410 5.03 0.11
20.516N0303030134725297.114912+41.9091821991.68313.12 0.43    3 4.54 0.15

Note: The USNO-B Catalog presents positions, proper motions, magnitudes un blue, red and infrared, as well as star/galaxy estimators for 1,045,175,762 objects derived from 3,648,832,040 separate observations. The data were taken from scans of 7,435 Schmidt plates taken from various sky surveys during the last 50 years.
USNO-B1.0 catalog was created by Dave Monet and collaborators at http://www.nofs.navy.mil/data/fchpix/
Note that the star/galaxy estimators may be mixed up in dense regions.

I/284/out The USNO-B1.0 Catalog (Monet+ 2003)
The Whole-Sky USNO-B1.0 Catalog of 1,045,913,669 sources (1045175762 rows)
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10.8511319-0404945297.115112+41.9093671101741979.8 0 0314.57    12.7913.61
21.6171319-0404947297.115309+41.909550124 581976.1 0 0514.3413.4514.1513.3212.05

Note: The Naval Observatory Merged Astrometric Dataset (NOMAD) contains astrometric and photometric data for over 1 billion stars derived from the Hipparcos (I/239), Tycho-2 (I/259), UCAC2 (I/289), and USNO-B1.0 (I/284) catalogs for astrometry and optical photometry, supplemented by 2MASS (II/246) near-infrared photometry.
An efficient remote query program findnomad1 is available in the cdsclient package, for Unix/Linux platforms

I/297/out NOMAD Catalog (Zacharias+ 2005)
The NOMAD-1 Catalog (1117612732 rows)
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10.8501319-0411237YM297.1151111+41.9093667B 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.013.880o13.720Y12.790B12.54812.23712.179  
21.6161319-0411239..297.1153083+41.9095500B 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.014.150B    13.320B        

Note: This version of the GSC-II has no proper motions, but the limits on brightness which existed on GSC2.2 (F<18.5, Bj<19.5) were removed.

I/305/out The Guide Star Catalog, Version 2.3.2 (GSC2.3) (STScI, 2006)

The Full GSC2.3.2 Catalogue (945592683 objects) (945592683 rows)
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10.123N2J0000625297.115086+41.9090971991.59813.4714.0113.2013.273 5.03 0.11

Note: The limiting magnitude is about 15.2 in the GSC photometric system.

I/312/sample PPMX Catalog of positions and proper motions (Roeser+ 2008)
The PPMX Catalog (Position and Proper Motions eXtended) (18088919 rows)
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10.089194827.6+415432297.115104+41.909154 -0.03 -18.3913.59013.86612.54812.23712.180 4  O
I/317/sample The PPMXL Catalog (Roeser+ 2010)
PPMXL catalog of positions and proper motions on the ICRS (910469430 rows)
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10.089297.115104+41.909154 0.0 -18.412.54812.18013.59  13.87     410

Note: see the UCAC4 document, and the the fix for high proper motion stars. The UCAC home page is available at http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astrometry/optical-IR-prod/ucac.
Please acknowledge the usage of the UCAC4

I/322A/out UCAC4 Catalogue (Zacharias+, 2012)
Fourth U.S. Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph Catalog (113780093 rows)
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10.024660-079062297.1150883+41.9091248 9713.7420 0 0.6 -6.912.54812.18014.63513.83813.61813.478000010010

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I/324/igsl3 The Initial Gaia Source List (IGSL) (Smart, 2013)
IGSL3 data release (1,222,598,530 sources) (1222598530 rows)
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10.024297.115088+41.909125 0.013 0.09514.012 0.30013.471 0.30013.598 0.40013.104 0.5001983.89001983.8900 0.6 1.8 -6.9 8.5

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I/327/cmc15 Carlsberg Meridian Catalog 15 (CMC15) (CMC, 2011)

The full CMC-15 catalog (134653515 rows)
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II/246/out 2MASS All-Sky Catalog of Point Sources (Cutri+ 2003)

The Point Source catalogue of 470,992,970 sources. Please acknowledge the usage of the 2MASS All-Sky Survey; see also the 2MASS Pages.    Note that the magnitudes in red correspond to low quality results (upper limits or very poor photometry) (470992970 rows)
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10.087297.115123+41.90913819482762+415432812.548 0.02412.237 0.02412.180 0.020AAA22211100000

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II/311/wise WISE All-Sky Data Release (Cutri+ 2012)
The WISE All-Sky data Release; please acknowledge the usage of the WISE data products (563921584 rows)
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10.242J194827.60+415432.7297.115014+41.909097 0.090 0.080Im12.088 0.02312.174 0.02411.840 0.139 9.557  12.54812.23712.18000001nnnn 0.3282M

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II/328/allwise AllWISE Data Release (Cutri+ 2013)
The AllWISE data Release; please acknowledge the usage of the WISE data products (747634026 rows) (Note)
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10.055J194827.62+415432.9297.1150877+41.9091458Im12.053 0.02212.125 0.02212.119 0.191 9.444  12.548 0.02412.237 0.02412.180 0.02000001nnnn 41 40 -102 40AABU 0.0982M
V/133/kic Kepler Input Catalog (Kepler Mission Team, 2009)
Kepler Input Catalog (13161029 rows)
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10.062 6541920297.115110+41.909142  14.17813.65313.50812.54812.17913.7090062
J/ApJ/736/19/table1 Kepler planetary candidates. II. (Borucki+, 2011)
Host star characteristics (997 rows)
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10.2 157 654192013.709 111.0297.1150+41.9091  5675 4.47 1.00 1.06Simbad
J/ApJ/736/19/table2 Kepler planetary candidates. II. (Borucki+, 2011)
List of planetary candidates and their characteristics (1297 rows)
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10.062 6541920   157.01 4.6051 757 83.0 13.0249500 15.000 0.02780 0.760 3.0 0.111 751111Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
20.062 6541920   157.02 5.5677 975 80.0 22.6869600 17.800 0.03220 0.840 3.5 0.160 625111Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
30.062 6541920   157.03 4.3105 1352 86.0 31.9954100 33.500 0.03870 0.840 4.2 0.201 558111Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
40.062 6541920   157.04 6.3817 524 36.0 46.6887200 57.400 0.02041 0.014 2.2 0.259 491111Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
50.062 6541920   157.05 9.7575 1119 54.0 118.3772000 95.900 0.02976 0.030 3.2 0.481 361111Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
60.062 6541920   157.06 4.1041 297 36.0 10.3039000 18.200 0.01559 0.128 1.7 0.095 8111  1Simbad 297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJ/736/L25/table2 Habitability of Kepler planetary candidates (Kaltenegger+, 2011)
The two inner limits and outer limit of the HZ for Kepler planetary candidates in the HZ of their stars for a 0%, 50% and 100% clouds (76 rows)
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10.06 157 157.05 3.2 0.4815675 1.00 0.82 0.92 1.63 0.66 0.74 1.90 0.45 0.50 2.33SimbadB11297.11511+41.90914
J/ApJ/738/170/table2 False positive Kepler planet candidates (Morton+, 2011)
False positive probabilities for Kepler planet candidates (1235 rows)
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10.2 157.01 6.97e-04 2.52e-0513.71 8 8.13 13.0 1.06 1.00 2.71e-05 5.27e-05 2.12e-03   0.04KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
20.2 157.02 8.98e-04 3.37e-0513.71 8 8.13 22.7 1.06 1.00 2.19e-05 3.89e-05 1.32e-03   0.04KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
30.2 157.03 1.25e-03 4.35e-0513.71 8 8.13 32.0 1.06 1.00 1.29e-05 2.89e-05 8.73e-04   0.05KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
40.2 157.04 4.83e-04 4.03e-0513.71 8 8.13 46.7 1.06 1.00 3.19e-05 2.75e-05 1.14e-03   0.05KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
50.2 157.05 1.03e-03 5.73e-0513.71 8 8.13 118.4 1.06 1.00 8.76e-06 1.32e-05 4.04e-04   0.05KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
60.2 157.06 2.74e-04 2.28e-0513.71 8 8.13 10.3 1.06 1.00 1.29e-04 5.31e-05 4.13e-03   0.04KICSimbad297.1150+41.9091
J/ApJ/752/72/table2 Correlation metallicity / eclipse depth (Dodson-Robinson, 2012)
Kepler discoveries used for metallicity accuracy analysis (28 rows)
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10.062Kepler-11 6541920   0.00 0.100Lissauer et al.2011Natur.470...53L 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJ/756/185/table1 Kepler TTVs. V. Metrics catalog (Ford+, 2012)
Kepler transit timing variation (TTV) metrics catalog (1481 rows)
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10.062 157.01 10.0 33 4.61 0331.675079 13.024938331.675079 13.024938 7.1 4.50.1290.9220.9990.9990.9990.3230.3580.391 3 11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
20.062 157.02 14.2 19 5.71 0308.326294 22.687359308.326294 22.687359 7.0 7.10.0020.0200.0070.1200.0220.5490.5870.608 3 6Simbad297.115110+41.909142
30.062 157.03 20.6 13 4.31 2279.132935 31.995619279.132935 31.995619 3.8 5.00.0480.0000.0690.0410.0170.2920.2490.311 3 5Simbad297.115110+41.909142
40.062 157.04 11.2 9 6.52 8298.097198 46.689674298.097198 46.689674 9.8 10.00.0900.0400.8990.8240.8250.0180.0400.085 3 3Simbad297.115110+41.909142
50.062 157.06 4.9 43 4.21 0329.099945 10.303813329.099945 10.30381316.6 12.20.0090.6640.3180.4050.9810.5270.5560.301 3 11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJ/756/186/table1 TTVs from Kepler. VI. Statistical tests (Steffen+, 2012)
Period, number of transits, the results of the SNR of the best-fit sinusoidal amplitude, the p-value for the F-ratio test, and Ξmax for each KOI (1009 rows)
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10.066541920 157.0113.025 33 5.389 0.3114 10.359Simbad297.11511+41.90914
20.066541920 157.0222.687 19 4.448 0.2823 4.552Simbad297.11511+41.90914
30.066541920 157.0331.996 13 4.140 0.2282 29.484Simbad297.11511+41.90914
40.066541920 157.0446.690 9 16.842 0.0304  Simbad297.11511+41.90914
50.066541920 157.0610.304 43 5.510 0.3354 8.485Simbad297.11511+41.90914
J/ApJ/763/41/table1 Kepler multiple-candidate systems radii (Ciardi+, 2013)
Summary of planet-radii ratios (159 rows)
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10.00601575685I/II 1.89 10.304 38 0.34 2.92 13.024 67 0.35 0.647 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
20.00601575685I/III 1.89 10.304 38 0.34 3.20 22.686 73 0.33 0.591 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
30.00601575685I/IV 1.89 10.304 38 0.34 4.37 31.995 87 0.79 0.432 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
40.00601575685II/III 2.92 13.024 67 0.35 3.20 22.686 73 0.33 0.913 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
50.00601575685II/IV 2.92 13.024 67 0.35 4.37 31.995 87 0.79 0.668 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
60.00601575685II/V 2.92 13.024 67 0.35 2.60 46.687 40 0.49 1.123 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
70.00601575685II/VI 2.92 13.024 67 0.35 3.43118.360 54 0.36 0.851 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
80.00601575685III/IV 3.20 22.686 73 0.33 4.37 31.995 87 0.79 0.732 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
90.00601575685III/V 3.20 22.686 73 0.33 2.60 46.687 40 0.49 1.231 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
100.00601575685III/VI 3.20 22.686 73 0.33 3.43118.360 54 0.36 0.933 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
110.00601575685IV/V 4.37 31.995 87 0.79 2.60 46.687 40 0.49 1.681 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
120.00601575685IV/VI 4.37 31.995 87 0.79 3.43118.360 54 0.36 1.274 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
130.00601575685V/VI 2.60 46.687 40 0.49 3.43118.360 54 0.36 0.758 7Simbad297.11509+41.90913
J/ApJ/784/45/table2 Kepler's multiple planet candidates. III. (Rowe+, 2014)
Stellar parameters (481 rows)
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10.06 1576 11 65419205685116 4.298 0.200 0.00 0.12 1.159 0.341 0.879 0.500 43 7Simbad297.11511+41.90914
J/ApJS/197/2/table2 Transit timing observations from Kepler. I. (Ford+, 2011)
Linear transit ephemerides based on Q0-2 transit times (1197 rows)
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10.062 6541920 157.01MP 71.176790 13.02495000B11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
20.062 6541920 157.02MP 81.454850 22.68696000B11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
30.062 6541920 157.03MP 87.160410 31.99541000B11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
40.062 6541920 157.04 P158.032800 46.68872000B11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
50.062 6541920 157.06MP 71.506180 10.30390000B11Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJS/199/24/table1 The first three quarters of Kepler mission (Tenenbaum+, 2012)
List of detections in first 3 quarters of Kepler data (5392 rows)
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10.062 654192013.7123 157  154.15 32.00 35.2 1258.9 35.8Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJS/199/30/table7 Effective temperature scale for KIC stars (Pinsonneault+, 2012)
Catalog with revised Teff (161977 rows)
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10.06 6541920   5919 95 55 6023160155 5675 4.47-0.11 00SloanDR7297.11511+41.90914
J/ApJS/204/24/table9 Kepler planetary candidates. III. (Batalha+, 2013)
Cumulative planet candidate catalog (2338 rows)
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10.062 157.01   6541920 613.709 13.0249294 2.92 0.108 785 4.5733 759 20.961 0.02530 0.352 67.635685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
20.062 157.02   6541920 613.709 22.6867078 3.20 0.156 653 5.5466 860 30.344 0.02770 0.337 73.635685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
30.062 157.03   6541920 613.709 31.9955656 4.37 0.196 583 4.3114 1401 38.161 0.03784 0.790 87.535685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
40.062 157.04   6541920 613.709 46.6871242 2.60 0.252 514 6.4943 581 49.094 0.02248 0.496 40.535685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
50.062 157.05   6541920 613.709 118.3638207 3.43 0.469 377 9.5398 1078 91.280 0.02975 0.365 54.035685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
60.062 157.06   6541920 613.709 10.3040489 1.89 0.092 851 4.2052 307 17.930 0.01640 0.342 38.635685 4.38 1.06297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJS/208/16/koi Kepler transit timing observations. VIII. (Mazeh+, 2013)
Linear ephemerides of the KOI transits (table 1) and statistical parameters (table 3) (1897 rows)
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10.066541920 157.01 66 71.178317 0.001756 13.02487682 3549   0.0152 0.00079 15.7 5.96 8.11 233.45 6.58  -1.2 0.113  -0.83 -0.3Simbad297.11511+41.90914
20.066541920 157.02 35 81.454632 0.002528 22.68713643 8571   0.0106 0.00100 22.1 5.35 9.31 466.89 3.03   0.0-0.163  -0.41 -0.3Simbad297.11511+41.90914
30.066541920 157.03 27 87.161917 0.002393 31.99535140 11304   0.0056 0.00141 27.0 3.40 6.42 182.70 2.85  -0.1-0.361  -0.62 -0.4Simbad297.11511+41.90914
40.066541920 157.04 20158.033712 0.007303 46.68632826 51580   0.0059 0.00060 14.3 8.55 22.13 466.89 2.89  -0.1 0.054  -0.81 -0.3Simbad297.11511+41.90914
50.066541920 157.06 83 71.498430 0.003228 10.30407508 486   0.0180 0.00033 6.3 16.14 19.76 48.30 4.46  -0.1 0.026  -0.73 -0.3Simbad297.11511+41.90914
J/ApJS/210/19/table1 Kepler planetary candidates. IV. 22 months (Burke+, 2014)
KOI ephemeris, planet parameters, stellar parameters and disposition status (3865 rows)
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10.062 157.01 6541920 13.024877 739 22.944 0.0840 4.431 90.0 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 2.8810 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
20.062 157.02 6541920 22.687123 914 33.216 0.0623 5.353 107.7 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 3.2010 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
30.062 157.03 6541920 31.995467 1343 41.772 0.7350 4.275 117.9 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 4.1810 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
40.062 157.04 6541920 46.686414 518 53.739 0.3141 6.448 54.5 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 2.4310 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
50.062 157.05 6541920 118.378151 1021 99.925 0.0471 9.305 69.8 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 3.3810 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
60.062 157.06 6541920 10.303995 260 19.626 0.1485 4.028 56.6 1.06 0.98 5685 4.381 1.7210 1Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/ApJS/211/2/catalog Revised stellar properties of Q1-16 Kepler targets (Huber+, 2014)
Stellar properties of Kepler quarters Q1-16 observations (tables 4 and 5) (196468 rows)
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10.06 6541920 5663 11325SPE 4.366 0.05025TRA 0.000 0.30025SPE 1 5657 4.364 0.000 1.046 0.921DSEP 1.13e+00  297.11511+41.90914
J/A+A/547/A36/table Chemical abundances of 87 KOIs (Adibekyan++, 2012)
Abundances for each star and element (87 rows)
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10.04 157-0.068-0.005-0.150KICSimbad297.11508+41.90914
J/A+A/552/A119/table3 Planet-star and moon-planet interaction (Saur+, 2013)
Stellar wind properties (850 rows)
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10.04Kepler-11_bEXO 9.10e-02 9.61e+04 2.81e+05 3.08e-07-2.74e-08 2.44e-18 1.68e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 ; Kepler-11 b297.11508+41.90914
20.04Kepler-11_cEXO 1.06e-01 8.85e+04 2.97e+05 2.27e-07-2.22e-08 1.70e-18 1.98e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 ; Kepler-11 c297.11508+41.90914
30.04Kepler-11_dEXO 1.59e-01 7.62e+04 3.37e+05 1.01e-07-1.31e-08 6.66e-19 3.11e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 ; Kepler-11 d297.11508+41.90914
40.04Kepler-11_eEXO 1.94e-01 6.60e+04 3.56e+05 6.78e-08-1.01e-08 4.24e-19 3.85e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 ; Kepler-11 e297.11508+41.90914
50.04Kepler-11_fEXO 2.50e-01 5.82e+04 3.79e+05 4.09e-08-7.39e-09 2.40e-19 5.07e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 f ; Kepler-11 f297.11508+41.90914
60.04Kepler-11_gEXO 4.62e-01 4.25e+04 4.30e+05 1.20e-08-3.52e-09 6.18e-20 9.67e+00 0.00e+000Kepler-11 g ; Kepler-11 g297.11508+41.90914
J/A+A/556/A150/sweetcat SWEETCat I. Stellar parameters for host stars (Santos+, 2013)
SWEET-Cat catalog: stellar parameters for stars with planets (635 rows)
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Simbad

10.023Kepler-1119 48 27.62+41 54 32.8713.70  Spec5680 4.30     0.00 0.95L11  Simbad
J/AJ/142/19/table1 Speckle observations of KOI (Howell+, 2011)
Kepler speckle targets lacking detectable secondaries (338 rows)
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10.062157   654192013.712010-10-2440 5692S 4.41 0.65297.115110+41.909142
20.062157   654192013.712010-10-2440 5880S 2.93 0.60297.115110+41.909142
J/AJ/144/24/kisdr2 The Kepler-INT survey (Greiss+, 2012)
Extended Kepler-INT Survey (KIS) catalog (DR2) (14476957 rows)
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10.037J194827.62+415432.9297.115083+41.90913914.698-11861.414.170-113.497-913.057-913.229-1 6541920
20.093J194827.63+415432.9297.115125+41.90913914.740-1 161.114.167-113.514-113.104-113.234-1 6541920
33.862J194827.33+415430.8297.113875+41.908556   0 151.019.855 118.985 118.204 118.579-1 0
44.052J194827.31+415430.8297.113792+41.90855621.388 11868.120.137-219.095-218.318-118.614-1 0
54.624J194827.21+415432.4297.113375+41.909000   0 147.019.855 119.094 118.515 118.849 1 0
64.747J194827.20+415432.3297.113333+41.90897221.388 11863.519.921 119.175 118.608 118.771 1 0
J/AJ/147/119/table1 Catalog of sources in the Kepler field of view (Coughlin+, 2014)
Kepler Objects of Interest (KOI), Kepler Eclipsing Binaries (KEB), and Ground-based Eclipsing Binaries (GEB) properties (12232 rows)
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10.06KOI 157.01   6541920 13.0248770054971.177900 73913.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
20.06KOI 157.02   6541920 22.6871230054981.454800 91413.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
30.06KOI 157.03   6541920 31.9954670054987.161050 134313.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
40.06KOI 157.04   6541920 46.6864100055058.035500 51813.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
50.06KOI 157.05   6541920 118.3781500055120.289400 102113.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
60.06KOI 157.06   6541920 10.3039950054971.503600 26013.709297.11511+41.90914 2 1 0KIC 006541920
J/PASP/123/412/table1 Exoplanet Orbit Database (Wright+, 2011)
Exoplanet Orbit Database (Version 2013-01-22) (2901 rows)
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10.002Kepler-11 c 0.042 0.1065 13.02502 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.042476 0.2810 2.300Transit2011Kepler-11
20.002Kepler-11 g 0.000 0.4638 118.37774 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.000000 0.3265 1.199Transit2011Kepler-11
30.002Kepler-11 f 0.007 0.2495 46.68876 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.007230 0.2328 0.700Transit2011Kepler-11
40.002Kepler-11 e 0.026 0.1939 31.99590 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.026432 0.4032 0.500Transit2011Kepler-11
50.002Kepler-11 d 0.019 0.1542 22.68719 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.019195 0.3060 0.900Transit2011Kepler-11
60.002Kepler-11 b 0.014 0.0911 10.30375 0.00019 48 27.622+41 54 32.87 0.013525 0.1758 3.100Transit2011Kepler-11
J/PASP/124/1279/table1 Q3 Kepler's combined photometry (Christiansen+, 2012)
Q3 table of rms Combined Differential Photometric Precision (CDPP) (from Data Release 14) (167042 rows)
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10.06 654192013.709 61 991 97 0.031 5675 4.465 0.998 0.525 0.369 101 79 62297.11511+41.90914
20.06 654192013.709 61 991 97 0.031 5675 4.465 0.998 0.525 0.369 101 79 62297.11511+41.90914
30.06 654192013.709 61 991 97 0.031 5675 4.465 0.998 0.525 0.369 101 79 62297.11511+41.90914
40.06 654192013.709 61 991 97 0.031 5675 4.465 0.998 0.525 0.369 101 79 62297.11511+41.90914
J/MNRAS/422/2024/tables X-ray-age relation and exoplanet evaporation (Jackson+, 2012)
Host star parameters (table4), planet data (table3), and predictions for mass lost by the planets in our sample (table5) (124 rows) (Note)
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10.00Kepler-11 0.95G  13.7013.46   8.0  Simbadc 0.043 0.282 13.0250 0.1060 0.00   13.87 2521 0.1060 1.0834.22 0.0454 0.0455*297.11509+41.90913
20.00Kepler-11 0.95G  13.7013.46   8.0  Simbadd 0.019 0.307 22.6872 0.1590 0.00   5.28 882 0.1590 1.0833.49 0.0226 0.0229*297.11509+41.90913
30.00Kepler-11 0.95G  13.7013.46   8.0  Simbade 0.026 0.404 31.9959 0.1940 0.00   4.19 531 0.1940 1.0833.65 0.0303 0.0306*297.11509+41.90913
40.00Kepler-11 0.95G  13.7013.46   8.0  Simbadf 0.007 0.234 46.6888 0.2500 0.00   3.44 754 0.2500 1.0532.76 0.0088 0.0090*297.11509+41.90913
J/MNRAS/429/2001/table2 New transiting planet candidates from Kepler (Huang+, 2013)
Detection report of KOIs (2321 rows)
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10.062 157.01 6541920 13.024929 13.024802 971.17614 971.17904   0.6 1.48e-02 65.93 39.94  Simbad297.115110+41.909142
20.062 157.02 6541920 22.686708 22.689217 981.45746 981.43348   0.6 1.11e-02 58.68 37.10  Simbad297.115110+41.909142
30.062 157.03 6541920 31.995566 31.994471 987.15961 981.48512   0.6 1.11e-02 58.68 37.10  Simbad297.115110+41.909142
40.062 157.04 6541920 46.687100 15.5636901058.03345 964.50895   0.2 1.81e-02 18.33 9.90wpSimbad297.115110+41.909142
50.062 157.05 6541920 118.363800 39.0838701120.31206 965.86133   0.5 6.20e-03 26.59 15.70wpSimbad297.115110+41.909142
60.062 157.06 6541920 10.304049 10.304179 971.50131 971.40244   0.3 1.82e-02 19.86 21.74  Simbad297.115110+41.909142
J/other/Nat/486.375/tables Stellar parameters of KOI stars (Buchhave+, 2012)
Stellar parameters of Kepler Objects of Interest (226 rows)
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10.88KIC 157.015680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 1.970 0.190 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
20.88KIC 157.025680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 3.150 0.300 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
30.88KIC 157.035680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 3.430 0.320 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
40.88KIC 157.045680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 4.520 0.430 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
50.88KIC 157.055680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 2.610 0.250 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
60.88KIC 157.065680100 4.30 0.20 0.00 0.10 2.1 0.5 1.100 0.100 0.100 0.950 0.100 0.100 3.660 0.350 47.7Simbad297.11504+41.90889
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