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  VI light curves of Galactic LPVs (Soszynski+, 2013)
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1.J/AcA/63/21/catalogGalactic bulge long-period variables (232406 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  n_Star (char) R indicates a remark (in "remarks.dat" file) (meta.ref.url)
  Star  (i) Star's ID (<OGLE BLG-LPV-NNNNNN> in Simbad) (;meta.main)
  Field (char) OGLE-III field (;obs.field)
  OGLE  (n) OGLE-III database number (
  Type (char) Subtype of long period variables (Note 1)   (meta.code;src.var)
  LC  Plot the light curve (meta.ref.url)
  RAJ2000 "h:m:s" (i) Right ascension, equinox J2000.0 (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  DEJ2000 "d:m:s" (i) Declination, equinox J2000.0 (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  Simbad  ask the Simbad data-base about this object (meta.ref.url)
  <Imag> mag Intensity mean I-band magnitude (phot.mag;em.opt.I)
  <Vmag> mag (n) Intensity mean V-band magnitude (phot.mag;em.opt.V)
  Per d Primary period (time.period)
  Iamp mag I-band amplitude of the primary period (src.var.amplitude)
  Per2 d Secondary period (detected automatically) (time.period)
  Iamp2 mag (n)I-band amplitude of the secondary period (src.var.amplitude)
  Per3 d Tertiary period (detected automatically) (time.period)
  Iamp3 mag (n)I-band amplitude of the tertiary period (src.var.amplitude)
  OName (char) Other designation (from the GCVS) (

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