- Col. 33:
RA_CORR (D) [deg]
SAS task
`evalcorr`

Corrected Right Ascension of the source in degrees (J2000) after statistical correlation of the XMM coordinates in Cols. 42 and 43 with the USNO A2.0 source catalogue using the SAS task`eposcorr`. In case the cross-correlation is determined to be unreliable (cf. Col. 41) no correction is applied and this value is therefore the same as in Col. 42 (cf. Sec. 3.2.5).

Col. 34: DEC_CORR (D) [deg]SAS task`evalcorr`

Corrected Declination of the source in degrees (J2000) after statistical correlation of the XMM coordinates in Cols. 42 and 43 with the USNO A2.0 source catalogue using the SAS task`eposcorr`. In case the cross-correlation is determined to be unreliable (cf. Col. 41) no correction is applied and this value is therefore the same as in Col. 43 (cf. Sec. 3.2.5).

Col. 35: LII_CORR(D) [deg] SAS task`evalcorr`

Corrected Galactic longitude of the source in degrees after statistical correlation of the XMM coordinates in Cols. 42 and 43 with the USNO A2.0 source catalogue using the SAS task`eposcorr`. In case the cross-correlation is determined to be unreliable (cf. Col. 41) no correction is applied and this value is therefore the same as in Col. 44 (cf. Sec. 3.2.5).

Col. 36: BII_CORR(D) [deg] SAS task`evalcorr`

Corrected Galactic latitude of the source in degrees after statistical correlation of the XMM coordinates in Cols. 42 and 43 with the USNO A2.0 source catalogue using the SAS task`eposcorr`. In case the cross-correlation is determined to be unreliable (cf. Col. 41) no correction is applied and this value is therefore the same as in Col. 45 (cf. Sec. 3.2.5).

Col. 37: RADEC_ERR (E) [arcsec] SAS task`srcmatch`

Statistical 1 error on the source position in arcseconds. It is associated with the weighted mean RA and Dec coordinates as calculated by the SAS task`srcmatch`(Cols 42 and 43, cf. Secs. 3.2.4 and 6.4).

Col. 38: SYSERRCC (D) [arcsec] SAS task`evalcorr`

The systematic 1 error on the source position in arcseconds. It is set to be if the SAS task`eposcorr`(cf. Col. 40) results in a statistically reliable cross-correlation with USNO A2.0 optical catalogue. Otherwise the error is (see Col. 41 and Sec. 3.2.5 for details).

Col. 39: NMATCHES (I) SAS task`eposcorr`

The number of matches between the USNO A2.0 coordinates and the detections of this XMM observation in the`eposcorr`cross-correlation (see Col 40 and Sec. 3.2 5).

Col. 40: EPOSCORR_LIKH (D) SAS task`eposcorr`

The likelihood of the statistical fit to the cross-correlation of source matches of detections of this XMM observation with the USNO A2.0 coordinates using the SAS task`eposcorr`(their eq. 1). If the fit is reliable (see Col. 41), the resultant correction is used to rectify the RA and Dec coordinates from the observation source lists (Cols. 42 and 43) For a more detailed description see Sec. 3.2 5 and the SAS task documentation on`eposcorr`.

Col. 41: POSCOROK (L) SAS task`evalcorr`

The value is set to**T**rue if the SAS task`evalcorr`that evaluates the likelihoods in Col. 40 signals a reliable and statistically significant improvement in the source position. If the probability of improvement is only marginal, it is set to**F**alse. For details of the evaluation procedure see Sec. 3.2 5 and the SAS task documentation on`evalcorr`.

Col. 42: RA (D) [deg] SAS task`srcmatch`

Right Ascension of the source in degrees (J2000). It is the weighted mean from Cols. 46, 50, and 54 as calculated by the SAS task`srcmatch`.

Col. 43: DEC (D) [deg] SAS task`srcmatch`

Declination of the source in degrees (J2000). It is the weighted mean from Cols. 47, 51, and 55 as calculated by the SAS task`srcmatch`.

Col. 44: LII (D) [deg] SAS task`srcmatch`

Galactic longitude of the source in degrees. It is recalculated by the SAS task`srcmatch`from the mean values in Cols. 42 and 43.

Col. 45: BII (D) [deg] SAS task`srcmatch`

Galactic latitude of the source in degrees. It is recalculated by the SAS task`srcmatch`from the mean values in Cols. 42 and 43.

Col. 46: PN_RA (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Right Ascension of the PN detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 47: PN_DEC (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Declination of the PN detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 48: PN_LII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic longitude of the PN detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 49: PN_BII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic latitude of the PN detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 50: M1_RA (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Right Ascension of the M1 detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 51: M1_DEC (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Declination of the M1 detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 52: M1_LII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic longitude of the M1 detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 53: M1_BII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic latitude of the M1 detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 54: M2_RA (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Right Ascension of the M2 detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 55: M2_DEC (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Declination of the M2 detection in degrees (J2000) from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 56: M2_LII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic longitude of the M2 detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 57: M2_BII (D) [deg] SAS task`emldetect`

Galactic latitude of the M2 detection in degrees from the SAS source detection task`emldetect`.

Col. 58: PN_DETX (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*x*of the PN detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane. This coordinate system is, apart from the units, identical to the CAMCOORD2 system as described in http://xmm.vilspa.esa.es/docs/documents/CAL-MAN-0001-2-1.ps.gz, Sec. 2.1, and Figs 1 and 2. See also*3.3.1.1*and*3.3.1.2 EPIC MOS*and*PN chip geometry*(in particular Figs 20-22) on http://xmm.vilspa.esa.es/external/xmm_user_support/documentation/uhb/XMM_UHB.html. For the undefined values see Sec. 6.9.1.

Col. 59: PN_DETY (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*y*of the PN detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane, see Col. 58.

Col. 60: M1_DETX (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*x*of the M1 detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane, see Col. 58.

Col. 61: M1_DETY (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*y*of the M1 detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane, see Col. 58.

Col. 62: M2_DETX (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*x*of the M2 detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane, see Col. 58.

Col. 63: M2_DETY (E) [] SAS task`esky2det`

Detector coordinate*y*of the M2 detection in units of as calculated from the RA and Dec coordinates by the SAS task`esky2det`, with the origin being the nominal point where the optical axis of the telescope in front of the camera intersects with the focal plane, see Col. 58.

Col. 64: PN_RAWX (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-x*pixel position of the PN detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 66, and the origin being the bottom left-hand corner of each chip. The raw pixel size is 4.12838 arcseconds for the PN, and 1.1008 arcseconds for the MOS cameras. The value refers to the CHIPCOORD system as described in http://xmm.vilspa.esa.es/docs/documents/CAL-MAN-0001-2-1.ps.gz, Sec. 2.1, and Figs. 1 and 2.

Col. 65: PN_RAWY (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-y*pixel position of the PN detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 66, see Col. 64.

Col. 66: PN_CCDNR (J) SAS task`emldetect`

PN CCD number on which the source is detected (see Cols. 64 and 65 for the CCD-specific coordinates).

Col. 67: M1_RAWX (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-x*pixel position of the M1 detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 69, see Col. 64.

Col. 68: M1_RAWY (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-y*pixel position of the M1 detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 69, see Col. 64.

Col. 69: M1_CCDNR (J) SAS task`emldetect`

M1 CCD number on which the source is detected (see Cols. 67 and 68 for the CCD-specific coordinates).

Col. 70: M2_RAWX (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-x*pixel position of the M2 detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 72, see Col. 64.

Col. 71: M2_RAWY (J) [pixel] SAS task`emldetect`

CCD-specific*raw-y*pixel position of the M2 detection with the CCD chip number given in Col. 72, see Col. 64.

Col. 72: M2_CCDNR (J) SAS task`emldetect`

M2 CCD number on which the source is detected (see Cols. 70 and 71 for the CCD-specific coordinates).