RASSWD - ROSAT All-Sky Survey: White Dwarves
This database lists all white dwarf stars, both previously-cataloged and
newly discovered, which have been detected in the ROSAT All-Sky
Survey. The positions and count rates of the X-ray sources associated
with each star are given, as well as spectral types and other star
names for those stars which have been previously cataloged.
The database also lists distances estimated via Balmer line profile fitting,
corrected (for IS absorption) X-ray luminosities, and each star's
contribution to the X-ray luminosity function for all DA white dwarfs
which were detected in the ROSAT All-Sky Survey. This catalog is refered to
as the 'RASS Catalog of White Dwarfs' not the 'ROSAT All-Sky Survey Catalog
of White Dwarfs' in the XrayBrowse database system.
Fleming T.A., Snowden S.L., Pfeffermann E., Briel U., Greiner J.
<Astron. Astrophys. 316, 147 (1996)>
=1996A&A...316..147F (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
IX/10 : ROSAT All-Sky Bright Source Catalogue
III/129 : Catalogue of Spectroscopically Identified White Dwarfs
The name of the current source.
The Right Ascension of the object.
The Declination of the object.
The galactic longitude of the object determined from the equatorial
The galactic latitude of the object determined from the equatorial
Villanova catalogue referenced from Villanova "Catalog of Spectroscopically
Identified White Dwarfs".
Note on RX J2034.9-2734, a '+' indicates neither photometry nor good
Note on count rate, a '+' indicates detection also made in hard band;
should be treated as upper limit.
PSPC count rate in the 0.1-0.28 keV band.
1-sigma error in count rate.
[YN] Was source detected in EUV by ROSAT WFC?
White dwarf spectral type.
An '*' indicates distance estimated assuming
M_V_ = 9.63.
Distance estimated to each star in parsecs.
Corrected X-ray luminosity, corrected for IS absorption (0.1 - 0.28 keV) in
Each star's contribution to the luminosity function and local space density
for all DA WD's detected in ROSAT All Sky Survey in parsec^-3.
Flag that indicates references.
(1) Barstow M.A. et al. (1993MNRAS.264...16B)
(2) Fleming T.A. et al. (1993ApJ...416L..79F)
(3) Barstow M.A. et al. (1994MNRAS.270..499B)
(4) Hoare M.G. et al. (1995MNRAS.273..812H)
(5) Barstow M.A. et al. (1992MNRAS.255..369B)
(6) Barstow M.A. et al. (1993MNRAS.260..631B)
(7) Hodgkin S.T. et al. (1993MNRAS.263..229H)
(8) Barstow M.A. et al. (1995MNRAS.273..711B)
(9) Tweedy R.W. et al. (1993AJ....105.1938T)
(10) Fleming T.A. et al. (1991A&A...246L..47F)
(11) Barstow M.A. et al. (1994MNRAS.271..175B)
(12) Motch C. et al. (1993A&A...268..561M)
(13) Genova R. et al. (1995AJ....110..788G)
(14) Sion E.M. et al. (1995PASP..107..232S)
(15) Kahabka P. et al. (1994A&A...288..538K)
(16) Cowley A.P. et al. (1995PASP..107..927C)
BROWSE classification type. The classification is based on the `Type`
parameter, if one is available.
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