ROSATMASTER: ROSAT Master Catalog
The ROSATMASTER table was created for the purpose of providing a complete,
accurate, and easily accessible tracking of ROSAT proposal information by
The ROSATMASTER table contains observation data which have the following
status: 'Accepted', 'Scheduled Long-Term', 'Scheduled Short-Term',
'Observed', 'Processed', and 'Archived'. This table forms the list of all
stages of an observation. The information is updated on a weekly regular
The last name of the principle investigator for the ROSAT Observation Request.
The first name of the principle investigator for the ROSAT Observation Request.
The principle investigator number.
The proposal number.
The AO phase (cycle) number.
The name of the target of the observation.
The subject category that the target belongs to.
The total observation time.
Right ascension in equinox 2000 decimal degrees.
Declination in equinox 2000 decimal degrees.
The priority set for the target by the peer review.
The number of the target in the proposal.
Unique observation identification number of scheduled observation.
Start date of observation.
Proposal status. Possible values are: accepted, sched (long),
sched (short), observed, processed, or archived.
Scheduled start date of observation. If target has already been observed,
this will be the same as the observed_date.
Start date of observation. Null if it has not yet been observed.
Date observation data was processed.
Date observation data was archived.
The revision level of processing.
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