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Simple TargetList Of TargetsFast Xmatch with large catalogs or Simbad
Target Name (resolved by Sesame) or Position:
Target dimension:
NB: The epoch used for the query is the original epoch of the table(s)Radius Box size

  HST/NICMOS observations of bright IR galaxies (Zamojski+, 2011)
Post annotation
1.J/ApJ/730/125/table5Morphology of the 24um-selected galaxies (134 rows)

Query by Constraints constraints help applied on Columns (Output Order: + - )
ShowSortColumn  Constraint Explain   (UCD)
  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  MIPS   [34/22725] MIPS identification number (<[YSF2007] MIPS NNNNN> or <[DYH2009] MIPS NNNNN> in Simbad) (;meta.main)
  f_MIPS (char) [a] Flag on MIPS42 (Note 1)   (meta.code)
  z  (n) [0.24/3.49] Redshift (src.redshift)
  Hmag mag (n) [17.27/23.71] HST/NICMOS H-band magnitude (phot.mag;em.IR.H)
  u_r1/2 (char) [~] Uncertainty flag on r1/2 (meta.code.error)
  r1/2 kpc (n) [0.17/9.11] Half-light radius (phys.size.radius)
  f_r1/2 (char) [b] Flag on r1/2 (Note 1)   (meta.code)
  Comp (char) Dominant component (Bulge, Disk or Ambiguous) (Note 2)   (meta.note)
  Morph (char) Morphological class (src.morph.type)
  Conf  (n) [1/6] Confidence level (Note 3)   (meta.code.qual)
  OCat  (n)Display the data from previous papers (Dasyra et al. 2009, Cat. J/ApJ/701/1123 and Yan et al. 2007, Cat. J/ApJ/658/778) and XFLS (meta.ref.url)
  SimbadName (char) Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (
  _RA deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD database (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  _DE deg (i) Positions from SIMBAD database (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)

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