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VII/172/table7 First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
The FBS Catalogue of Markarian galaxies (1469 rows)
  -c=MRK 1506,rm=0.5
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ColumnValue  Explain   (UCD)
_r0.400 arcmin Distance from center (04 30 31.6+05 15 00)[FK4/B1950] (pos.angDistance)
_RAJ200004 33 09.489 "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+05 21 16.16 "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)
1460recno 1460  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)

Mrk1506  (i) [1/1515] Markarian designation number (meta.id;meta.main)
RA195004 30 30.0 "h:m:s" (i) Right ascension 1950.0 (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
DE1950+05 15 00 "d:m:s" (i) Declination sign (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
z0 0.0331   []? Redshifht corrected for Galaxy rotation (the rotation constant is Q=300km/s) (src.redshift)
Mag14.3 mag Apparent magnitude from the CGCG (phot.mag)
n_Mag    [*] An '*' indicates that there were no value in CGCG and that the magnitude given is the original estimates of the authors (meta.note)
Mabs -22 mag []? Absolute magnitude (phys.magAbs;em.opt)
Sps1e  Spectral type (src.spType)
MajDiam 13 arcsec []? Major axis diameter (phys.angSize;src)
n_MajDiam*  Multiplicative symbol for angular size (meta.note)
MinDiam  arcsec []? Minor axis diameter (phys.angSize;src)
r_z0 5   []? Redshift reference (See "refs" file) (meta.ref)
n_Mrk    [*] A '*' indicates the double object having the same number in the original list; there is more detailed information about the second component in the "notes.dat" file (meta.note)
MType   Morphological type. In some cases, the description "dbl" is used for close binaries (src.morph.type)
Stype Sy1  Spectrum type (Note 1)   (src.spType)
Ddia 15 arcsec []? Diaphragm size. When the are several diaphragms, the largest one is presented (instr.fov)
Vmag14.27 mag []? Vmagnitude (phot.mag;em.opt.V)
B-V 0.58 mag []? B-V colour index (phot.color;em.opt.B;em.opt.V)
U-B-0.75 mag []? U-B colour index (phot.color;em.opt.U;em.opt.B)
r_Vmag 81   []? References for UBV photometry (See "refs" file) (meta.ref)
Varv   [v] A 'v' indicates optical variability (meta.note)
F12um  Jy []? IRAS flux at 12 µm (2) (Note 2)   (phot.flux.density;em.IR.8-15um)
l_F25um    [<] Limit flag on F25um (meta.code.error)
F25um  Jy []? IRAS flux at 25 µm (2) (Note 2)   (phot.flux.density;em.IR.15-30um)
l_F60um    [<] Limit flag on F60um (meta.code.error)
F60um  Jy []? IRAS flux at 60 µm (2) (Note 2)   (phot.flux.density;em.IR.30-60um)
l_F100um    [<] Limit flag on F100um (meta.code.error)
F100um  Jy []? IRAS flux at 100 µm (2) (Note 2)   (phot.flux.density;em.IR.60-100um)
VII/172/notes First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
*Comments on table7 (39 rows)
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VII/172/table6 First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
*Deleted Survey objects (48 rows)
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VII/172/table8 First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
Common names (818 rows)
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VII/172/table9 First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
Finding list of common names (1549 rows)
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VII/172/table10 First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
FBS objects by number (1517 rows)
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VII/172/refs First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989)
Reference codes (195 rows)
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