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II/256/sn Sternberg Supernova Catalogue, 2004 version (Tsvetkov+, 2004)
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ColumnValue  Explain   (UCD)
_RAJ200005 08 00.71000 "h:m:s" Right ascension (FK5, Equinox=J2000.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.ra)
_DEJ2000-37 29 18.0000 "d:m:s" Declination (FK5, Equinox=J2000.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.dec)
_RAB195005 06 16.90747 "h:m:s" Right ascension (FK4, Equinox=B1950.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.ra)
_DEB1950-37 33 07.1564 "d:m:s" Declination (FK4, Equinox=B1950.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.dec)
_Glon241.19342757 deg Galactic longitude (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.galactic.lon)
_Glat-35.83779446 deg Galactic latitude (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.galactic.lat)
914recno 914  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)

SN1993af  SN designation
n_SN    [*] indicates a note in notes.dat
GnameN 1808  Galaxy identification from NGC (N), IC (I), MCG (M), UGC (U), PGC (P) and ESO (E) catalogues, or LEDA database.
RAG05 07 43 "h:m:s" [0/23] Galaxy Right Ascension (2000.0)
DEG-37 30.9 "d:m:s" [0/90] Galaxy Declination (2000.0)
Gmag10.7 mag Photographic or other magnitude of galaxy
r_Gmag    [1,5] Source of magnitude (Note)   
Gpa136 deg Position angle measured from North to East
Gi65 deg Inclination angle for disk-like systems (i=0 for face-on systems)
GVhel 1000 km/s Heliocentric recession velocity
u_GVhel   Uncertainty flag (:) on GVhel
z    Redshift z (for z>1)
GtypeRSBS1.  Morphological type (Note)   
GlogR 0.34   Decimal log of axial ratio
GlogD 1.86 [0.1arcmin] Decimal log of apparent isophotal major diameter
GTRC3 1   Numerical code of morphological type as in RC3
GLcRC3    Luminosity class as in RC3
EWoff 220.00 arcsec E/W offset of SN in arcsec from the nucleus of the parent galaxy
n_EWoffE   [EW] East or West direction
NSoff 94.00 arcsec N/S offset of SN from nucleus
n_NSoffN   [NS] North or South direction
mag17.0 mag Magnitude of SN
l_mag>   [≥] Note about the magnitude (Note)   
n_mag    [UBVRIJHKLgriz*] Passband of photometry (Note)   
u_mag   Uncertainty flag (:) on mag
Rem*   [* ] Method of supernova discovery (Note)   
datMax   Date of maximum light (within year)
u_datMax    [: *] ':' Uncertainty flag on datMax; '*' means that dates of maximum light and discovery are from different years
datDiscNOV15  Date of discovery (within year)
TypeIa:  SN type
RA200005 08 00.710 "h:m:s" [0/23] SN Right Ascension (2000.0)
DE2000-37 29 18.00 "d:m:s" [0/90] SN Declination (2000.0)
Uncert    [? ] "?" and "??" designate uncertain and very uncertain SN.
CodeCT  Code for SN search programme (Observatory) (Note)   
DiscWischnjewsky  Discoverer(s)

SimbadSimbad  ask the Simbad data-base about this object
NEDNED  ask the NED data-base about this object
  
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