VII/115     Surface Photometry of ESO-Uppsala Galaxies (Lauberts+ 1989)

The Surface Photometry Catalogue of the ESO-Uppsala Galaxies Lauberts A., Valentijn E.A. <The Surface Photometry Catalogue of the ESO/Uppsala Galaxies, European Southern Observatory (1989)> =1989spce.book.....L =2006yCat.7115....0L
ADC_Keywords: Galaxy catalogs ; Photometry, surface ; Fundamental catalog ; Morphology Description: The 15467 southern galaxies in this catalog were scanned from 407 blue and 407 red original ESO-Schmidt plates using a PDS microdensitometer. The galaxies were selected from the ESO-Uppsala Catalogue (VII/34). The original selection criterion was a minimum visual angular diameter of 1arcmin. The plates were calibrated using a catalog of photo- electric standards of 1700 standard galaxies transformed to a photometric standard system (Cousins) created by the authors. The result is a catalog acquired in a homogeneous fashion for all types of galaxies in various environments. The extracted parameters include radial surface brightness profiles, magnitudes at several isophotal levels, colors, color gradients, effective radius parameters, structural parameters such as axial ratios, position angles, and profile gradients. The full version of the catalog, made of 190 columns, is available as the file "esolv.fit" in FITS table format. The ascii file "esolv1.dat" contains a subset of these columns which includes those parameters listed in the printed book version. Detailed discussion of the catalog creation is given in the published book version (ISBN 3-923524-31-5) File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file esolv1.dat 474 15467 *The ESO-LV catalog (most important parameters) esolv.fit 2880 15227 The original ESO-LV catalog (190 columns, FITS)
Note on esolv1.dat: this file contains the parameters included in the printed version, plus a few other. The description of the catalog contains also the name of the corresponding parameter in the FITS table (file esolv.fit)
Byte-by-byte Description of file: esolv1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
5- 9 I5 --- Seq Running number Identification 13- 16 F4.1 --- TType Revised Morphological TType (T) (1) 21 I1 --- r_TType [1-4] Source of TType: 1=visual revised, 2=Corwin, 3=old, 4=automated (section 6) (S) 23- 24 I2 h RAh Right Ascension B1950 (hours) (R_A) 25- 26 I2 min RAm Right Ascension B1950 (minutes) 27- 30 I4 cs RAcs Right Ascension B1950 (0.01seconds) 32 A1 --- DE- Declination B1950 (sign) (DEC) 33- 34 I2 deg DEd Declination B1950 (degrees) 35- 36 I2 arcmin DEm Declination B1950 (minutes) 37- 39 I3 100mas DEds Declination B1950 (0.1seconds) 42- 43 I2 --- Bf [-6,2]? Flag on B (B_FLAG) (3) 47- 48 I2 --- Rf [-6,2]? Flag on R (R_FLAG) (3) 53- 59 I07 --- ESO-LV Identification in catalog (ESO) (2) 62- 66 I5 --- NGC ? Number in NGC catalog (NGC) 69- 73 I5 --- IC ? Number in IC catalog (IC) 76- 82 F7.3 deg GLON Galactic longitude (L_II) 85- 91 F7.3 deg GLAT Galactic latitude (B_II) 94- 99 F6.0 km/s cz ? Heliocentric radial velocity (CZ) 103-106 F4.0 km/s e_cz ? Mean error on cz (E_CZ) 111-115 F5.2 mag BTmag ? Total B magnitude (B_TOT) 120-124 F5.2 mag RTmag ? Total R magnitude (R_TOT) 129-133 F5.2 mag B26mag ? B mag. in 26mag/arcsec2 isophote (B_B26) 138-142 F5.2 mag R26mag ? R mag. in 26mag/arcsec2 isophote (R_B26) 148-152 F5.2 mag B25mag ? B mag. in 25mag/arcsec2 isophote (B_B25) 157-161 F5.2 mag R25mag ? R mag. in 25mag/arcsec2 isophote (R_B25) 166-170 F5.2 mag (B-R)e ? B-R color in half-light ellipse (BR_E) 175-179 F5.2 mag (B-R)10 ? B-R color in 10" diameter circle (BR_10) 184-188 F5.2 mag (B-R)T ? B-R total color (BR_T) 192-196 F5.2 mag/arcsec2 mu0(B) ? Average blue central surface brightness within 10" diameter circular aperture (BS_0) 201-206 F6.1 arcsec D25(B) ? Isophotal 25mag/arcsec2 Major Diameter (D25) 210-215 F6.1 arcsec D26(B) ? Isophotal 26mag/arcsec2 Major Diameter (D26) 219-224 F6.1 arcsec D27(B) ? Isophotal 27mag/arcsec2 Major Diameter (D27) 227-231 F5.2 --- a/b(1) ? a/b from ellipse fit to B octants (AB_OCT) 236-240 F5.1 deg PA(1) ? Position angle of B ellipse fit (PA_OCT) 245-249 F5.2 --- a/b(org) ? a/b from original ESO-Uppsala (AB_ORG) 254-258 F5.2 --- a/b(0) ? a/b of adopted ellipse (AB_ADO) 263-267 F5.1 deg PA(org) ? Original position angle (PA_ORG) 272-276 F5.1 deg PA(0) ? Adopted Position angle (PA_ADO) 280-285 F6.1 arcsec D70(B) ? Major diameter at 70% B light (D70) 289-294 F6.1 arcsec D80(B) ? Major diameter at 80% B light (D80) 300-305 F6.1 arcsec D90(B) ? Major diameter at 90% B light (D90) 309-314 F6.1 arcsec De(B) ? Major diameter at half light (D_E) 318-323 F6.1 arcsec Dorg(B) ? Major diameter, original (DB_EU) 328-332 F5.1 arcsec DN(B) ? Diameter of circle within which the mean B surface brightness is 20.75mag/arcsec2 336-341 F6.1 arcsec Ae(B) ? Aperture of circle enclosing half total B light (A_E) 346-351 F6.3 deg-2 Ntot ? Total density of galaxies (NG_T) 356-360 F5.2 mag/arcsec2 mue(B) ? B surface brightness at half B total light (only if De(B)>5arcsec) (BS_E) 365-369 F5.2 mag/arcsec2 mue(R) ? R surface brightness at half B total light (only if De(B)>5arcsec) (RS_E) 375-379 F5.2 mag/arcsec2 mu0(R) ? Average red central surface brightness within 10" diameter circular aperture (RS_0) 384-388 F5.3 --- Noct(B) ? deVaucouleurs exponent fit in B (NOCT_B) (5) 393-397 F5.3 --- Noct(R) ? deVaucouleurs exponent fit to R (NOCT_R) (5) 402-406 F5.2 --- D(B-R) ? Difference B-R of regions (outside-inside) B effective radius (BR_D) 410-415 F6.3 mag Abh ? Burstein-Heiles extinction in B (AEXT) 420 I1 --- C [0,2] Sample parameter (C) (4) 423-474 A52 --- Comment Original classification and comments
Note (1): TType is a number corresponding to classifications: ------------------------------------- TType Hubble Corwin ESO-Uppsala ------------------------------------- -5 E E E -4 cD -3 E-S0 L- E-S0 -2 S0 L S0 -1 L+ 0 S0/a S0 S0-a 1 Sa S1 Sa 2 Sa-b S2 Sa-b 3 Sb S3 Sb 4 Sb-c S4 Sb-c 5 S5 S... 6 Sc S6 Sc, Sc-d 7 S7 S../Irr 8 Sc-Irr S8 Sd 9 S9 10 Irr I Irr 11 unknown ------------------------------------- Note (2): the ESO-LV number is made of 3 digits for the field name, 3 digits for the running number in the field, and a last digit for companions. Note (3): a positive number indicates the number of radii suspected to contain saturated central parts; negative values indicate the number of radii where photographic data have been replaced with photoelectric measurements. Note (4): sample parameter is the following: 0 = not complete sample; 1 = ESO-Uppsala catalog of objects with diameter>1' 2 = Vmax subsample of 1 (see section 9) Note (5): de Vaucouleurs law assumes the fits in surface brightness I = Io exp(-(r/α)N) The exponent N is contained in the catalog; the FITS version includes also the scale length α
History: * 25-Sep-1995: short introduction by Gail L. Schneider (GSFC-ADC) * 14-Apr-2006: file esolv1.dat: values of cz wrong by a factor 10 corrected for the 3 galaxies 0840080 0840140 0840270 (correction not applied in the original FITS file)
(End) Francois Ochsenbein [CDS] 14-Apr-2006
The document above follows the rules of the Standard Description for Astronomical Catalogues; from this documentation it is possible to generate f77 program to load files into arrays or line by line

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