Each ROSID entry contains a source name and coordinates along with other information about the source. An earlier version of the ROSID database was restricted to a subset of the present database which coincided with a ROSAT pointing. The current version is the full database. Thus, although an object appears in the ROSID catalog, it does not imply that the object was either detected by or in the field of view of ROSAT.
The angle of the large axis.
The number of bibliographical references.
The Galactic latitude of the object.
The B magnitude of the SIMBAD source.
The Declination of the object.
The error in U_Alpha.
The error in U_Delta.
The inclination to line of sight of the object.
The Galactic longitude of the object.
Log A (Large Axis A)
Log B/A (Ratio of axes B/A)
The catalog designation of the object.
The parallax of the object.
The Right Ascension of the object.
The radial velocity of the object.
The spectral or morphological type of the object.
The type of object.
U Alpha (arcsec/yr)
U Delta (arcsec/yr)
The amplitude of variability.
The V magnitude of the SIMBAD source.
The redshift of the object.