Table information for 'inflight.data'

General

Table Description: The raw lensing data as well as relative intensities computed for various source profiles.

This table is available for ADQL queries and through the TAP endpoint.

Resource Description: The infinite lightcurve is a continuously calculated microlensing lightcurve, simulating the light variation of a quasar due to an intervening star field.

For a list of all services and tables belonging to this table's resource, see Information on resource 'The Endless Lightcurve'

Resource Reference URL: http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/mitarbeiter/rschmidt/papers/

Citing this table

To cite the table as such, we suggest the following BibTeX entry:

@MISC{vo:inflight_data,
  year=2007,
  title={The Endless Lightcurve},
  author={{GAVO} Data Center},
  url={http://dc.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/tableinfo/inflight.data},
  howpublished={{VO} resource provided by the {GAVO} Data Center}
}

Resource Documentation

The source radii are given in units of 0.01 Einstein radii.

Fields

Sorted by DB column index. [Sort alphabetically]

NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
line Distance Distance indicator in 0.01 Einstein radii N/A pos.distance
data Image data Base64 encoded 8-bit image data N/A N/A
srcname Source file name Name of file this line came from N/A meta.ref
gauss01 Gauss 1 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=1 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss02 Gauss 2 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=2 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss04 Gauss 4 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=4 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss06 Gauss 6 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=6 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss08 Gauss 8 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=8 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss10 Gauss 10 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=10 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss12 Gauss 12 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=12 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss16 Gauss 16 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=16 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss20 Gauss 20 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=20 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss24 Gauss 24 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=24 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss28 Gauss 28 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=28 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss32 Gauss 32 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=32 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss40 Gauss 40 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=40 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
gauss48 Gauss 48 Magnification for a Gauss disk source with r=48 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin01 Thin 01 Amplification of a thin disk of r=1 mag phot.mag;arith.diff;meta.main
thin02 Thin 2 Magnification for thin disk with r=2 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin04 Thin 4 Magnification for thin disk with r=4 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin06 Thin 6 Magnification for thin disk with r=6 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin08 Thin 8 Magnification for thin disk with r=8 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin10 Thin 10 Magnification for thin disk with r=10 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin12 Thin 12 Magnification for thin disk with r=12 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin16 Thin 16 Magnification for thin disk with r=16 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin20 Thin 20 Magnification for thin disk with r=20 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin24 Thin 24 Magnification for thin disk with r=24 mag phot.mag;arith.diff
thin28 Thin 28 Magnification for thin disk with r=28 mag phot.mag;arith.diff

Columns that are parts of indices are marked like this.

Other

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VOResource

VO nerds may sometimes need VOResource XML for this table.

Copyright and such: Lightcurve computed by Robert Schmidt. If you use this data, please acknowledge this web page. Visualization by M. Demleitner/U.Stampa.