OSO8BCLC - OSO8 B&C Detector Lightcurves
Nome of the Object
The Right Ascension of the pointing.
The Declination of the pointing.
The galactic longitude of the pointing.
The galactic latitude of the pointing.
The order number of the data set lightcurve.
The order number assigned to the lightcurve a known bright x-ray source. A brighter source in the field of view at observation time may be the actual source for the lightcurve.
The order number assigned to the lightcurve of the brightest known x-ray source in the field of view at the time of observation based on past activity from the sources in the field.
The name that a particular x-ray source may be more commonly known as.
The letter identifier for the on board detector used for the observation.
The 'exposure' parameter (given in seconds) corresponds to the effective exposure on source.
The mean (or average) count rate determined for a particular lightcurve.
The error associated with the mean count rate.
File start time given as (DD/MM/YY HH:MM:SS).
File start time given as SHF (for browse) or MJD for W3browse
File stop time given as (DD/MM/YY HH:MM:SS).
File stop time given as SHF (for browse) or MJD for W3browse
The name given to the FITS file which contains some of the information used for this table.
A crude quality flag was assigned to each lightcurve to flag obvious problems. These flags are preliminary and do not account for all the potential problems. (10 = good, 5 and 4 acceptable).
Flux of the source.
Browse classification, derived from the spectral type parameter, if one is available.