Second GALEX Ultraviolet Variability Catalog

The Second Galex Ultraviolet Variability (GUVV-2) Catalog

Abstract

We present the second Galaxy Evolution Explorer () Ultraviolet Variability (GUVV-2) Catalog that contains information on 410 newly discovered time-variable sources gained through simultaneous near (NUV 1750 - 2750 Å) and far (FUV 1350 - 1750 Å) ultraviolet photometric observations. Source variability was determined by comparing the NUV and/or FUV fluxes derived from orbital exposures recorded during a series of multiple observational visits to 169 GALEX fields on the sky. These sources, which were contained within a sky-area of 161 deg, varied on average by NUV = 0.6 mag and FUV = 0.9 mag during these observations. Of the 114 variable sources in the catalog with previously known identifications, 67 can be categorized as being active galaxies (QSO’s, Seyfert 1 or BL Lac objects). The next largest groups of UV variables are RR Lyrae stars, X-ray sources and novae.

By using a combination of UV and visible color-color plots we have been able to tentatively identify 36 possible RR Lyrae and/or Scuti type stars, as well as 35 probable AGN’s, many of which may be previously unidentified QSO’s or blazars. Finally, we show data for 3 particular variable objects: the contact binary system of SDSS J141818.97+525006.7, the eclipsing dwarf nova system of IY UMa and the highly variable unidentified source SDSS J104325.06+563258.1.

stars : variables —– other: galaxies —– ultraviolet: general

1 Introduction

The NASA Galaxy Evolution Explorer () satellite, launched on 2003 April 28th, is currently making imaging photometric observations of the sky in two ultraviolet bands (NUV 1750 - 2750Å , FUV 1350 - 1750Å). A summary of the main scientific findings obtained during the first year of its on-orbit operation can be found in (Martin et al., 2005) and references therein. Repeated (i.e. multi-orbit) observations of selected areas of the sky are made in the Deep Imaging Survey (DIS) (Morrissey et al., 2005, 2007) and in certain Guest Investigator (GI) observations. This observing strategy requires making repeated visits to the same position on the sky with the 1.2 instrument field of view, thus enabling numerous astronomical sources to have their FUV and NUV fluxes to be determined at many different epochs. From these observations it thus possible to detect variable ultraviolet sources, many of which exhibit much larger amplitudes of variation in the ultraviolet region than that typically found at visible wavelengths. A list of 84 time-variable UV sources discovered during the first 14 months of the mission (i.e. 2003 June to 2004 August) has been presented by Welsh et al. (2005) in version 1.0 of the Ultraviolet Variability (GUVV) Catalog. The great majority of these 84 UV variable objects were found to be either RR Lyrae or dMe flare stars, together with a few Delta Scuti and X-ray variable objects. Since the publication of the first GUVV catalog several papers have been published on the more extreme cases of UV source variability, such as the high time-resolution ( 1 sec) observations of flares on 4 nearby dMe stars (Welsh et al., 2006) and the large amplitude UV variations found for the RR Lyrae star ROTSE-I J143753.84+345924.8 (Wheatley et al., 2005). We note that the observation of flux variability in astronomical objects can provide important constraints on the physical processes responsible for the observed emission, especially in the cases of X-ray/UV emission from highly energetic sources such as AGN and black hole candidates.

In this Paper we report on the analysis of new observations of 169 sky-fields performed during the 2003 June to 2006 June timeframe. Each sky-field was observed at least 10 times, each for a period of 1200 sec to 1700 sec. We report on 410 newly discovered UV variable sources which will subsequently require follow-up observations in other wavelength bands in order to fully describe the true physical nature associated with the variability of each of the listed sources.

2 Observations and Data Analysis

We have used the FUV and NUV-band photometric data catalogs compiled during the period 2003 June to 2006 June, which reside in the Multi-Misison Archive at the Space Telescope Science Institute (MAST). Only the fields observed on 10 or more occasions (and with exposures of more than 200 sec) were included in our present analysis. A list of each sky-field, together with the number of separate observations (or ‘exposures’), is given in Table 1 and the distribution of these fields on the sky is shown in Figure 1. Since the prime scientific reason for selecting these fields was to carry out UV observations of galaxies and/or galaxy clusters, it is not surprising that the vast majority of these sky-fields are located away from the galactic plane such that saturation of the detectors due to overly-bright stellar sources and the effects of interstellar absorption in the galactic plane are both minimized.

The data files for each exposure of the 169 1.2 diameter sky-fields contain photon events that have been processed using the standard Data Analysis Pipeline operated at the Caltech Science Operations Center (Pasadena, CA). This pipeline ingests time-tagged photon lists, instrument and spacecraft housekeeping data and satellite pointing aspect information (Morrissey et al., 2007). The data pipeline then uses a source detection algorithm called SExtractor (Bertin Arnouts, 1996) to produce a catalog of source positions on the sky with corresponding FUV and NUV source magnitudes calculated for each observational visit. Source magnitudes derived from use of a fixed 12 arcsec diameter aperture with SExtractor were utilized in this study, since these are more appropriate for isolating flux from stellar sources rather than galaxies. The source detections within each exposure at each sky-field position on the sky appear as source lists in the archival database of the MAST.

Comparison software was then run on the MAST source list catalog to reveal objects that we deemed as being time-variable. This procedure involved the following 4 steps that were applied to each of the individual exposures of every source detected within each of the 169 sky-fields: (1) Firstly, only objects brighter than NUV magnitude m, that were also located within 0.55 degrees of the center of each field were selected. Such a choice lessens the influence of both degraded image resolution and ‘detector edge effects’ that can potentially cause artifacts in the data. The choice of magnitude limit was based on ultimately being able to maximize the number of truly variable sources while minimizing a far larger number of spuriously variable fainter sources. Targets within this selected area that were flagged by the pipeline as being potential image artifacts in the MAST data-set were also rejected. The result from this search was a list of sources, sky positions and values of NUV (and FUV) magnitude that were found within each exposure associated with each of the 169 sky-fields. (2) A comparison was then performed on all values of m that were obtained for each source from the various exposures of each of the sky-fields. Since the listed source positions each have an inherent measurement error of 3 arc sec (Morrissey et al., 2005), we restricted the comparison to sources listed within a 10 arc sec diameter error circle of the nominal source position. Only sources that varied by 0.6 NUV magnitudes within this error circle were selected as being potentially time-variable. This variability criterion corresponds to a 3 change in the photon statistical error assigned to each source by the data pipeline. However, we note that for faint sources the GALEX systematic error (which is due to the combined effects of sky-subtraction, flat fielding and scattered light subtraction) is far larger than the photon statistical error (Morrissey et al., 2005). Thus, the choice of 0.6 NUV mag. significantly minimizes the number of false variability detections. We note that the photometric stability of assessed during the 2003 - 2006 period is 0.1 magnitudes (Morrissey et al., 2007). (3) When available, a comparison was also made with the corresponding FUV magnitudes, m, for each exposure of the sources previously identified in Step (2). If the selected source varied by 0.4 FUV magnitudes, then this was deemed a confirmation of true source variability. In cases where no FUV data were available, Step (3) was omitted. (4) The previous two steps resulted in a list of NUV (and/or FUV) source magnitudes with their associated sky positions recorded at a given epoch for each exposure of the various sky-fields. Each of these source lists was then plotted (as epoch versus magnitude) and the individual light-curves visually checked for the plausibility of astronomical source variability. The images of individual GALEX visits were also visually checked as a final verification that the source flux variation was not caused by some image anomaly. A typical anomaly in GALEX images is scattered light leakage caused by bright objects positioned just outside of the instrument field-of-view. In Figure 2 we show two GALEX images recorded for the ELAIS-N1 field, taken 2.5 months apart. The fuzzy horseshoe-like feature to the left of center of the 2005 May 3rd image is due to scattered light and is seen to re-appear in the 2005 July 24th image with a greatly reduced intensity at a different angle to the two central bright objects, due to the different roll angle used in this pointing of the GALEX instrument. Finally, we also ran a search for FUV source variability that was not accompanied by any appreciable NUV variability. This entailed running Steps (1) and (2) within the constraints of m 22.0 and an FUV magnitude variation of 1.0 magnitude.

The list of 410 resultant time-variable UV sources is given in Table 2. In column (1), following the format of the GUVV-1 catalog (Welsh et al., 2005), we list a unique identifier for each source that contains its mean right ascension (J2000.0) in hours, minutes and decimal seconds and its corresponding declination (J2000.0) in degrees, arcminutes and decimal seconds. In column (2) we list, when available, the USNO-B1.0 all-sky catalog designation in (Monet et al., 2003) or the Sloan Digital Sky Survey DR6 designation in Roman typeface (Adelman-McCarthy et al., 2007). For objects that appear in the SIMBAD on-line astronomical catalog, in column (3) we list their source identification. In column (4) we list, when known, the most likely astronomical source-type for the source. Criteria used to make this latter determination were generally varied, but (for the brighter sources) are mainly based on either their Simbad catalog identifications or on inspection of their UV light-curve data (gained from Step 4 of the data search). The majority of these variable sources have no known associated source type, but when known we list source types in the following 11 categories: QSO’s (quasar stellar objects), Sy1 (Seyfert 1 galaxies), AGN (active galactic nucleii), BLL (BL Lacs), Gal (ordinary galaxies), RR* (RR Lyrae stars), X (X-ray sources), V* (variable star), ** (double stars), Nov (novae and dwarf novae) and Fl* (dMe flare stars).

In column (5) we list the name of the sky-field in which the variable source was found. In column (6) we list the total number of detections (NUV) of the variable source within the associated set of NUV observations of the sky-field. Column (8) lists the maximum observed NUV magnitude (NUV) for the source (measured in a single exposure) and column (9) lists the variation between the corresponding maximum and minimum NUV magnitudes (i.e. NUV). Similarly, columns (10) - (13) list the equivalent number of detections (FUV), maximum magnitude (FUV) and variation in magnitude (FUV) for the FUV channel. We emphasize that the non-detection of a source previously observed in both (or one) of the two UV-bands can be attributed to either intrinsic variability (i.e. an astrophysical effect) or being due to one of the detectors having been turned off during a particular observation for instrument safety reasons. Finally, in columns (14) - (16) we list (in Roman typeface) the respective , and photometric PSF magnitudes as recorded by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) catalog (Adelman-McCarthy et al., 2007) for the source designation listed in column (2). Finally, we note that this new GUVV-2 catalog also includes some of the variable sources listed in the GUVV-1 catalog, often with different magnitude changes. This is due to either a greater number of observations per source being presently available for analysis, or the improvement in the source detection algorithms of Version 5.1 of the data pipeline software. For sources that have no or uncertain SDSS photometric magnitudes, we list the available USNO-B B, R and I magnitudes in .

3 Discussion

In this section we analyze some of the statistical properties of the 410 UV variable sources listed in Table 2. The present sample of variable sources has been discovered through observations covering a total area of 161 deg on the sky, with the vast majority of the fields being located at galactic latitudes well away from the galactic plane. The previous GUVV-1 study of Welsh et al. (2005) detected 84 variable sources contained within a far larger area on the sky of 3000 deg. The larger area covered was due to the use of many All-Sky Imaging Survey (AIS) fields recorded during the initial survey phase of the mission. The current GUVV-2 detection rate is 2.6 variable UV sources per deg. This can be directly compared with a GUVV-1 detection rate from DIS pointings of 1.2 variable sources per deg gained from observations of 15 deg. The increase in the present detection rate is due to improved variability search software and the generally longer time series of exposures over which variability could be assessed within the presently observed fields.

3.1 Variability Statistics

In Figure 3 we plot the respective maximum changes in UV magnitude, NUV and FUV, as a function of the number of sources exhibiting such variability. Although we see a maximum number of NUV variable sources with NUV = 0.6 mag, the sharp cut-on in this source distribution is due to our definition of NUV variability as being greater than 0.6 mag. Unfortunately selecting an NUV magnitude variability less than this value results in a very large number of false detections, particularly for sources with NUV magnitudes fainter than NUV = 19.0. In the case of (associated) FUV source variability we see a maximum number of sources at FUV = 0.9 mag. In Figure 4 we plot values of NUV versus FUV for these sources and find that the great majority of targets lie within 1 mag of a straight line of slope +0.91. This is very similar to the results found for the far smaller sample of UV variable sources in the GUVV-1 catalog (Welsh et al., 2005). We note the large number of sources with peak FUV and NUV magnitudes 20.0 that deviate more than this value from the best-fit line, and this is due to the larger measurement errors associated with these faint sources.

Of the 410 variable sources in Table 2 only 114 have astronomical identifications listed in the Simbad database. Of these sources, 77 (i.e. 67) can be categorized as active galaxies (i.e. QSO’s, AGN, BLL or Sy1). The next largest groups are those of X-ray sources (19), RR Lyrae stars (6) and Novae (3). Although active galaxies are the largest group of sources, it is highly probable that many of the remaining 296 uncategorized variable sources are of a stellar origin. This is mainly due to the poor coverage of astronomical identifications in the SIMBAD database for faint stellar sources as opposed to that for active galaxies.

3.2 RR Lyrae Stars

GALEX has been shown to be a sensitive probe of the flux variability observed towards RR Lyrae stars, since these stars can vary by up to 6 magnitudes at FUV wavelengths (Wheatley et al., 2005). Using the known UV variable sources listed in the GUVV-1 catalog, Browne (2005) found that plots of ( - ) versus ( - ) SDSS magnitudes revealed a segregation of stellar sources that could be readily identified with RR Lyrae and Scuti-type stars. In Figure 5 we have produced a similar plot of ( - ) versus ( - ) SDSS magnitudes for the present GUVV-2 set of variable sources listed in Table 2. The box drawn on this Figure (i.e. 0.99 ( - ) 1.28 and -0.20 ( - ) +0.31) contains 36 sources, all of which are listed separately in Table 3. Only 2 of these sources are previously known RR Lyrae stars (i.e. HL Her and V851 Her), and in Figure 7(a) we show the magnitude-phase light curve for the newly discovered RR Lyrae star, SDSS J081226.4+033320.1 that has a period of 0.555 days. This type of UV observation, when used in conjunction with ground-based ROTSE data, can be used to constrain Kurucz stellar atmosphere model parameters such as stellar temperature and metallicity for RR Lyrae stars (Wheatley et al., 2005). Finally, we note that Table 2 also lists 4 previously known RR Lyrae stars (with SIMBAD identifications) that are not shown in Figure 5. These stars, which have had their RR Lyrae status confirmed by other means, have not been included in Table 3 since their SDSS color magnitudes are not available..

3.3 AGN and QSO’s

As previously stated, the largest group of known UV variable sources in Table 2 are active galaxies. Quasars, blazars, BL Lac and Seyfert galaxies have long been known to exhibit flux variability at all observed wavelengths from radio to gamma-rays, lasting over time-scales of weeks, days or hours (micro-variability). Flux variability studies, particularly at X-ray wavelengths, have been used to provide clues to the sizes and structure of the emission regions producing the observed variable level of radiation. The non-thermal emission from the nucleii of active galaxies reveals itself as a flat UV-to-optical continuum spectrum, with the probable origin of the nuclear activity arising around a supermassive black hole situated in the centre of the host galaxy which accretes gas from the host. During this process, gravitational binding energy is released, part of which is transformed into the UV radiation observed by GALEX. A typical UV spectrum of a low red-shift blazar is given in Pian, Falomo Treves (2005), with the majority of the flux being contained in the emission lines of SiIV, CIV and CIII superposed on an underlying continuum in the GALEX FUV channel. The GALEX NUV channel contains no strong emission lines with only UV continuum emission being observed from these sources.

Although we are presently unable to positively determine which of the sources listed in Table 2 are true blazars, since the number of presently known objects is small (especially so for the southern galactic hemisphere), we believe it useful to produce a list of possible blazar candidates for subsequent study and confirmation at other wavelengths. Both Seibert et al. (2005) and Bianchi et al. (2007) have attempted to isolate low red-shift QSO candidate sources in the GALEX data archive from color-color diagrams that use both UV and SDSS color magnitudes. In particular, plots of (m - m) versus (m - ) colors can provide a very helpful discriminant between hot UV bright stars and low red-shift QSO’s. In Figure 6 we show such a color-color plot for all objects in Table 2 that possess both an SDSS color magnitude and which exhibit variability in both the FUV and NUV channels. Sources previously identified as QSO’s in SIMBAD are plotted as filled circles, and those without previous identification are plotted as open circles. Following the work of Seibert et al. (2005) and Bianchi et al. (2007), it is highly probable that sources lying within the region bounded by and (NUV - ) 2.0 are low red-shift QSO’s or possibly blazars. We have identified these 35 objects in Table 2 (see footnote to Table 2). This sample could possibly be contaminated by a few cataclysmic variable stars but, as discussed in Bianchi et al. (2007), such objects are quite rare compared to the observed space density of QSO’s. Finally, we note the the group of sources in Figure 6 that possess (FUV - NUV) +2 are most likely to be variable main-sequence objects.

3.4 Some Interesting GUVV-2 objects

Of the 410 objects listed in Table 2, three sources stand out as being of particular interest. These are (i) the contact binary system of SDSS J141818.97+525006.7, (ii) the eclipsing dwarf nova system of IY UMa (SDSS J104356.72+580731.9) and (iii) the highly variable unidentified source SDSS J104325.06+563258.1.

In Figure 7(b) we show the NUV light curve for SDSS J141818.97+525006.7, which is a contact binary system listed in the catalog of Gettel, Geske McKay (2006). This type of highly evolved system, often referred to as W Ursae Majoris (W UMa) variables, consists of two very close binary stars whose outer atmospheric surfaces share a common envelope. Noting that there are eclipses per cycle in the phased UV light-curve, and we derive a period of 0.29064 d for this system which can be compared with that of 0.29082 d obtained from visible data. Finally, we note that the period for this system is very close to that of 0.27 d , which Rucinski (2007) cites as the maximum of the period distribution for all known W UMa systems.

IY UMa is one of the few known eclipsing dwarf nova systems of the SU UMa-type, consisting of a white dwarf which accretes matter via a Roche lobe flow from a late-type donor star (Uemura et al., 2000). Such systems typically undergo series of both short (days) and long (weeks) outbursts. The GALEX data, shown in Figure 8(a) represent the first UV observations of this system, in which variability of 1 mag. has been detected over a set of several observations spanning 1 year. Previous visible spectrophotometric and spectroscopic observations of this system have revealed both normal and super-outbursts which have been successfully modeled by Patterson et al. (2000) and Rolfe et al. (2005).

Finally, in Figure 8(b) we show sets of NUV and FUV observations of the highly variable source SDSS J104325.06+563258.1 recorded with GALEX over a 24 month time-frame. This source appears to possess FUV and NUV ‘quiescent’ magnitudes of 20 mag, as measured during two observations some 450 days apart, followed by two flare events which caused an increase of 2 magnitudes. Although the temporal coverage of these outbursts is not contiguous, the data do allow us to note that there was a rise of 3.7 mag in the NUV in 40 days and on one occasion there was a drop of 2.0 mag in both the NUV and FUV channels in only 21 hours. Its SDSS ugriz magnitudes are all similar, suggesting a flat spectral shape in the visible region, which would preclude its identification as a flaring M-dwarf star. Although ground-based spectroscopic observations are required to provide a firm identification for this source, it is probably a previously unknown distant dwarf nova system.

3.5 Future Studies

The great majority of the presently detected variable sources will require follow-up spectroscopic study in order to reveal their true physical identity. However, it is clear from the 114 sources that already have previous identifications that the GUVV-2 catalog will be a very useful tool in the study (and indentification) of the UV variability of active galaxies.

All of our present variable source detections have been based on their orbit-to-orbit variation in UV magnitude. The present study has not used the photon data from each source to search for variability on time-scales of the order of seconds. Previous studies of time-tagged photon data from 1800 GALEX images have revealed short-term ( 100 sec) UV flare events from 49 newly identified dMe stars (Welsh et al., 2007). Future inspection of the photon data from the entire GALEX data-base could enable studies of a variety of new source phenomenon that includes the possible detection of stellar transits by Jupiter-sized exo-planets and the study of short-term flare outbursts from cataclysmic variable systems.

We gratefully acknowledge NASA’s support for construction, operation, and science analysis for the GALEX mission, developed in cooperation with the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales of France and the Korean Ministry of Science and Technology. We acknowledge the dedicated team of engineers, technicians, and administrative staff from JPL/Caltech. Financial support for this research was provided by NASA grant NNG06GD17G through the GALEX Guest Investigator program. This publication makes use of data products from the SIMBAD database, operated at CDS, Strasbourg, France, and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
Figure 1: Distribution of the GUVV-2 catalogued sources on the sky.
Figure 2: Two GALEX NUV images of the sky-field ELAIS-N1 recorded on 2005 May 3rd and 2005 July 24th. Note the fuzzy horseshoe-shaped object to the left of center of the May 3rd image that re-appears in the corresponding July 24th image with a greatly reduced intensity and different orientation angle to the rest of the image. This feature is caused by scattered light-leakage for bright objects lying just beyond the GALEX instrument field-of-view.
Figure 3: Plots of the maximum GALEX magnitudes, FUV and NUV, as a function of the number of UV sources exhibiting such variability.
Figure 4: Plot of the GALEX FUV peak magnitude vs. the peak NUV magnitude for the GUVV-2 sources listed in Table 2. The majority of sources lie within mag of a straight line of slope +0.91.
Figure 5: Plot of the SDSS ( - ) versus ( - ) magnitudes for the GUVV-2 catalog sources. The 36 sources contained within the drawn box are most probably either RR Lyrae or Scuti-type variables.
Figure 6: Plot of (FUV - NUV) vs. (NUV - SDSS ) for the variable sources in Table 2. Filled circles are sources previously identified as QSO’s, open circles have no current identification. The open circle sources contained with the drawn box are most probably newly identified QSO’s, and are marked as PQ (possible QSO’s) in column 4 of Table 2.
Figure 7: (a) Phased UV light-curve for the newly discovered RR Lyrae star, SDSS J081226.4+033320.1 which has an estimated period of 0.555 d . (b) The NUV light curve for the contact binary system SDSS J141818.97+525006.7, which has a derived UV period of 0.29064 d .
Figure 8: (a)Variation in FUV (open circles) and NUV (filled circles) magnitudes for the eclipsing dwarf nova system, IY UMa recorded at several epochs during a period of 12 months. (b) Unusually large variations in both FUV (open circles) and NUV (filled circles) magnitudes for the unidentified source, SDSS J104325.06+563258.1 recorded over a 2 year time-frame.
Field Survey Visits Right Ascension Declination
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CCS_Q2233 DIS 25 339.04 13.94
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CDFS_03 DIS 22 54.17 -27.31
CDFS_04 DIS 14 52.93 -28.91
CDFS_05 DIS 14 52.11 -27.28
CDFS_07 DIS 16 52.10 -29.21
CDFS_08 DIS 17 53.10 -29.40
CDFS_09 DIS 14 54.10 -29.03
CDFS_10 DIS 15 52.90 -27.37
CFHTLSD4 DIS 50 333.78 -17.94
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COSMOS_02 DIS 46 150.37 1.96
COSMOS_03 DIS 58 149.87 2.46
COSMOS_04 DIS 50 149.87 1.96
DEEP23H DIS 60 352.50 0.00
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DEEP2H DIS 25 37.15 -0.27
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DEEPLENS_N1_00 DIS 17 13.67 12.80
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DEEPZLE_01 DIS 57 252.00 34.92
DLENSS_00 DIS 20 79.44 -48.99
DLENSS_01 DIS 21 80.70 -48.40
DLENSS_02 DIS 23 79.30 -48.30
DLENSS_03 DIS 22 80.75 -49.05
DLENSS_04 DIS 19 80.70 -49.70
DLENSS_05 DIS 24 79.20 -49.75
EIS_WIDE_D DIS 14 137.44 -2.52
EISD1AB DIS 35 343.39 -40.22
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ELAISN1_01 DIS 13 241.96 55.64
ELAISN1_02 DIS 14 241.72 54.58
ELAISN1_03 DIS 13 245.15 55.89
ELAISN1_04 DIS 13 243.28 53.89
ELAISN1_05 DIS 14 243.16 56.55
ELAISN1_06 DIS 12 241.50 56.61
ELAISN1_07 DIS 12 244.71 55.10
ELAISN1_08 DIS 13 241.01 55.05
ELAISN1_09 DIS 11 241.61 53.53
ELAISN1_10 DIS 11 240.40 53.79
ELAISN1_11 DIS 16 242.82 52.90
ELAISN1_12 DIS 12 244.11 54.00
ELAISN2_00 DIS 27 249.21 41.04
ELAISN2_01 DIS 14 247.82 41.07
ELAISN2_03 DIS 15 250.54 41.37
ELAISN2_04 DIS 15 250.15 40.27
ELAISN2_05 DIS 11 248.55 40.05
ELAISN2_06 DIS 11 248.20 41.47
ELAISN2_07 DIS 12 248.75 40.28
ELAISN2_08 DIS 12 249.67 41.90
ELAISS1_00 DIS 31 9.64 -43.99
ELAISS1_01 DIS 21 9.32 -42.97
ELAISS1_02 DIS 37 11.08 -43.85
ELAISS1_03 DIS 32 10.40 -44.89
ELAISS1_04 DIS 32 8.92 -44.91
ELAISS1_05 DIS 47 7.66 -44.35
ELAISS1_08 DIS 29 7.70 -42.82
ELAISS1_11 DIS 46 9.12 -41.73
ELAISS1_15 DIS 27 8.84 -43.80
GI1_005001_J000211m430725 GII 11 0.55 -43.12
GI1_005007_J092810p702308 GII 22 142.04 70.39
GI1_005008_J100924p280300 GII 15 152.35 28.05
GI1_005015_J132648p660300 GII 17 201.70 66.05
GI1_005021_J154712m131514 GII 42 236.80 -13.25
GI1_013007_IRASF09111m1007 GII 16 138.41 -10.32
GI1_013023_IRASF10038m3338 GII 11 151.52 -34.14
GI1_014001_NGC2442 GII 15 113.50 -69.80
GI1_022001_CL0024p1654 GII 14 6.65 17.16
GI1_022002_MS0451m0301 GII 90 73.43 -2.62
GI1_024002_DEEP_IMPACT GII 10 204.47 -9.56
GI1_032001_NGC5291 GII 17 206.94 -30.45
GI1_035001_J104802p052610 GII 63 162.01 5.44
GI1_035002_J105002p042644 GII 53 162.51 4.45
GI1_036037_NGC6574 GII 11 272.96 14.98
GI1_041001_EF_ERI GII 21 48.55 -22.59
GI1_041002_SDSS155331p5516 GII 22 238.50 55.44
GI1_043001_AE_AQR GII 31 310.04 -0.87
GI1_045001_AM1806m852 GII 20 279.32 -85.40
GI1_045007_AM1434m783 GII 20 220.12 -78.64
GI1_052002_KIG557 GII 13 193.82 0.25
GI1_052004_KIG792 GII 40 257.96 18.84
GI1_056009_NGC2298 GII 17 102.07 -35.94
GI1_056023_NGC6218 GII 19 251.81 -1.95
GI1_056025_NGC6235 GII 31 253.37 -22.59
GI1_056026_NGC6254 GII 18 254.29 -4.10
GI1_056028_Pal_11 GII 15 296.43 -7.94
GI1_059003_NGC2865 GII 14 140.88 -23.16
GI1_061002_NGC0300 GII 10 13.72 -37.68
GI1_065001_SubaruDeep GII 71 201.09 27.49
GI1_071001_M81 GII 20 148.69 69.19
GI1_073009_J231524p185859 GII 19 348.85 18.98
GI1_074001_J120526m074324 GII 54 181.36 -7.72
GI1_098001_A0426 GII 15 49.90 41.50
GI1_113003_V476_CYG GII 11 299.60 53.62
GI1_114001_RXJ0122m7521 GII 36 20.72 -75.35
GI1_114003_PG1159m035 GII 24 180.44 -3.76
GI1_114004_PG0038p199 GII 14 10.40 20.15
GI2_001001_HYADES_POS1 GII 14 68.57 17.15
GI2_001002_HYADES_POS2 GII 12 66.95 17.09
GI2_007006_S_121410p140127 GII 24 183.54 14.02
GI2_007011_S_141753p251014 GII 33 214.47 25.17
GI2_007012_S_143907p641712 GII 19 219.78 64.29
GI2_046001_COMA3 GII 27 194.34 27.18
GI2_057001_NGC55 GII 28 3.79 -39.22
GROTH_00 DIS 187 214.99 52.78
HDFN_00 DIS 103 189.21 62.20
LOCK_00 DIS 46 162.68 58.73
LOCK_01 DIS 22 160.70 58.52
LOCK_02 DIS 25 161.02 59.45
LOCK_03 DIS 24 159.00 59.21
LOCK_04 DIS 23 161.75 57.90
LOCK_05 DIS 63 163.29 56.95
LOCK_06 DIS 21 158.83 58.13
LOCK_07 DIS 28 164.19 58.27
LOCK_08 DIS 17 160.01 56.60
LOCK_09 DIS 25 163.23 59.78
LOCK_10 DIS 21 161.45 55.97
LOCK_11 DIS 28 165.00 59.19
LOCK_12 DIS 24 159.52 57.76
LOCK_13 DIS 24 157.35 57.42
LOCK_15 DIS 21 163.09 57.88
LOCK_18 DIS 10 161.40 56.36
LOCK_19 DIS 11 163.20 59.20
MSJ2137 DIS 33 325.12 -23.94
NGA_Cen_A_Jet NGS 18 201.80 -42.90
NGPDWS_00 DIS 76 219.16 35.17
NGPDWS_01 DIS 15 217.86 35.41
NGPDWS_03 DIS 10 218.15 34.60
NGPDWS_04 DIS 12 216.55 35.45
NGPDWS_15 DIS 12 216.40 34.35
NSC_J171150p160145 DIS 12 257.96 16.03
PHOENIX_00 DIS 12 17.70 -45.75
QSOHE2347 DIS 24 357.64 -43.43
SIRTFFL_00 DIS 28 259.12 59.91
SIRTFFL_01 DIS 20 260.41 59.34
SIRTFFL_02 DIS 10 260.11 58.50
SIRTFFL_03 DIS 11 258.33 58.87
UVE_A0216 DIS 10 24.20 -6.38
UVE_A0389 DIS 23 42.88 -24.93
UVE_A0951 DIS 35 153.38 34.62
UVE_A1643 DIS 11 193.98 44.29
UVE_A1979 DIS 24 222.75 31.28
UVE_A2048 DIS 19 228.82 4.38
UVE_A2235 DIS 55 253.74 39.52
UVE_A2670 DIS 10 358.54 -10.41
UVE_A3330 DIS 48 79.18 -49.07
UVE_FORNAX DIS 12 54.10 -35.55
VIRGOHI21 DIS 25 184.85 14.60
VVDS22H DIS 54 334.43 0.67
WHTDF_00 DIS 24 5.65 0.36
WIRE_0813p02 DIS 77 123.51 3.49
XMMLSS_00 DIS 49 36.66 -4.48
XMMLSS_01 DIS 70 36.36 -4.48
XMMLSS_02 DIS 15 36.58 -5.51
XMMLSS_03 DIS 19 35.47 -5.52
XMMLSS_04 DIS 16 34.91 -5.10
XMMLSS_05 DIS 17 36.48 -3.60
XMMLSS_06 DIS 20 34.60 -3.65
XMMLSS_07 DIS 20 34.10 -5.83
XMMLSS_08 DIS 17 35.06 -6.30
XMMLSS_09 DIS 20 34.12 -4.64
XMMLSS_12 DIS 18 33.66 -3.68
XMMLSS_20 DIS 18 35.65 -4.65
Table 1: GALEX Fields Analyzed for Variability
GALEX SDSS or USNO-B1 SIMBAD Type Field g or r or i or
J001437.6-392632.2 0505-0002317 GI2_057001_NGC55 19 19.38 0.70 0 - - 18.22 17.46 18.09
J001530.6-384855.9 0511-0002596 GI2_057001_NGC55 19 19.02 1.72 6 20.34 3.45 15.86 13.87 13.39
J001611.6-392721.5 0505-0002614 GI2_057001_NGC55 19 16.16 2.02 16 17.59 5.81 14.91 13.75 13.95
J002147.4+000031.3 J002147.52+000030.9 RX J0021.7+0000 X WHTDF_00 24 20.18 0.67 24 20.16 1.07 19.58 19.18 18.28
J002442.4+165808.0 1069-0004486 GI1_022001_CL0024p1654 8 17.68 0.71 1 22.79 - 13.62 13.03 12.67
J002904.4-425242.9 0471-0004614 ELAISC15 J002904-425243 QSO ELAISS1_08 26 19.88 0.92 22 20.66 1.86 20.00 19.43 18.54
J002906.7-423904.2 0473-0006317 ELAISS1_08 29 18.40 0.66 24 18.96 0.93 19.78 19.05 18.74
J003017.4-422446.3 0475-0007085 QSO B0027-426 QSO ELAISS1_08 16 18.07 0.63 11 18.54 0.96 19.13 18.26 18.49
J003043.0-422747.7 0475-0007155 ELAISS1_08 29 17.25 1.48 18 19.92 3.73 15.84 14.53 14.44
J003215.4-425344.3 0471-0005077 ELAISS1_08 29 20.08 0.75 24 20.74 1.62 19.56 20.03 -
J003301.7-440750.8 0458-0004766 ELAISC15 J003301-440748 QSO ELAISS1_15 68 19.62 0.73 55 20.28 1.33 20.13 19.51 18.76
J003331.3-441039.1 0458-0004818 ELAISS1_15 27 19.81 1.17 23 20.54 2.12 19.60 19.71 18.64
J003336.5-434914.2 0461-0005149 SV* BV 983 V* ELAISS1_15 24 14.75 0.75 24 19.57 1.07 11.50 11.05 10.87
J003358.8-435741.7 0460-0005106 ELAISC15 J003358-435739 ELAISS1_15 27 18.30 2.12 3 20.44 0.24 12.67 11.26 11.43
J003454.2-444617.1 0452-0004745 ELAISS1_04 17 20.28 0.68 16 20.67 1.03 20.37 19.38 18.74
J003459.3-444928.9 0451-0005029 ELAISS1_04 31 19.30 1.05 26 19.48 1.22 19.79 19.00 18.76
J003536.9-443104.5 0454-0004871 ELAISS1_04 30 20.18 0.81 25 21.34 1.73 20.44 19.45 -
J003544.1-451818.6 0446-0005285 ELAISS1_04 31 19.72 0.63 26 20.68 0.90 20.26 19.38 18.71
J003632.2-451014.2 0448-0005207 ELAISS1_04 31 20.01 0.81 0 - - 20.24 19.14 18.67
J003753.0-432824.7 0465-0005598 ELAISS1_00 48 18.88 0.76 47 19.10 1.09 19.66 19.26 18.76
J003809.4-435241.1 0461-0005747 ELAISS1_00 54 19.32 0.78 53 19.97 1.27 20.12 19.57 18.76
J003900.2-445721.5 0450-0005466 ELAISS1_03 29 18.83 0.75 25 19.64 1.32 19.56 18.90 18.74
J003938.5-450942.5 0448-0005594 ELAISS1_03 32 19.85 0.78 28 20.10 0.88 20.07 19.10 18.75
J004033.8-445936.9 0450-0005656 ELAISS1_03 32 20.14 0.78 0 - - - 19.78 18.49
J004047.4-434948.8 0461-0006186 ELAISS1_00 24 18.20 1.95 9 19.80 4.13 17.25 16.27 15.89
J004215.3+200957.3 1101-0008473 GI1_114004_PG0038p199 15 18.94 1.65 1 21.30 - 13.88 12.35 11.08
J004320.9-445322.8 0451-0006311 ELAISS1_03 32 19.61 0.68 25 22.05 1.11 - 19.64 18.31
J004347.7-445130.7 0451-0006391 ELAISS1_03 23 16.78 0.84 22 19.11 2.00 15.87 15.17 15.75
J011010.9-452431.3 0445-0009414 PHOENIX_00 11 18.84 1.85 2 21.45 1.26 17.88 17.15 18.64
J011050.4-460013.8 0439-0009514 LEHPM 1305 PHOENIX_00 10 19.33 1.59 6 20.65 1.85 - 13.87 17.56
J011805.2-751126.1 0148-0012155 V* BG Tuc RR* GI1_114001_RXJ0122m7521 14 18.61 1.41 3 20.82 1.75 17.59 16.52 15.51
J012123.4-755149.5 0141-0008485 GI1_114001_RXJ0122m7521 14 20.01 0.97 2 23.20 0.25 18.13 17.38 17.47
J012151.7-745125.2 0151-0015590 GI1_114001_RXJ0122m7521 13 20.27 0.60 5 22.22 0.73 18.71 17.12 16.94
J013642.0-062743.1 0835-0014625 UVE_A0216 10 19.70 0.63 0 - - 16.79 16.31 16.12
J021547.1-045207.8 0851-0021482 XMMLSS_09 7 19.60 0.67 1 23.56 - 15.06 12.96 12.37
J021551.8-061733.2 0837-0021646 XMMLSS_07 8 19.73 0.81 8 21.10 1.50 20.65 19.89 18.92
J021632.0-061215.0 0837-0021759 XMMLSS_07 8 20.06 0.61 1 23.68 - 20.65 20.21 18.93
J021731.7-040140.2 0859-0021367 XMMLSS_06 7 19.78 0.78 7 20.59 1.29 - - -
J021820.4-050425.6 0849-0021282 XMMLSS_04 2 20.25 0.74 2 21.20 1.48 18.85 18.94 18.85
J022003.0-032910.7 0865-0022411 XMMLSS_06 7 20.01 0.73 0 - - 16.19 14.44 13.77
J022003.0-035247.0 0861-0022258 XMMLSS_06 6 19.85 0.76 6 21.28 1.28 20.69 20.63 -
J022050.6-061528.0 0837-0022491 XMMLSS_08 7 18.99 0.77 3 21.47 2.43 14.67 13.14 12.24
J022128.7-055857.1 0840-0022257 XMMLSS_03 7 20.07 0.83 7 20.57 1.47 20.31 20.28 18.94
J022258.8-045851.9 0850-0022815 XMMLSS_20 7 20.19 0.70 7 20.60 0.84 20.24 19.77 18.84
J022424.1-043229.8 0854-0022429 XMDS J022424.1-043228 X XMMLSS_01 29 20.09 0.77 19 22.05 1.67 20.02 20.11 -
J022438.9-042706.0 0855-0022677 PMUKS (BJ) B022208.33-044038. AGN XMMLSS_01 13 19.76 0.75 13 19.78 0.89 19.06 17.09 16.83
J022521.8-050017.4 0849-0022409 XMMLSS_01 11 19.42 1.57 4 20.69 2.67 18.56 17.37 17.20
J022607.7-041843.0 0856-0023092 XMDS J022607.7-041843 X XMMLSS_01 00 19.71 0.68 84 20.11 1.17 19.80 20.37 18.71
J025122.8-244738.1 0652-0031877 UVE_A0389 24 19.44 0.68 16 19.30 0.95 16.82 15.70 15.28
J031229.6-224710.3 0672-0049382 GI1_041001_EF_ERI 12 20.00 0.90 2 23.54 0.01 15.53 13.79 13.11
J032954.9-290801.4 0608-0035340 CDFS_07 6 19.44 0.62 0 - - 16.05 15.19 15.14
J033030.6-292925.0 0605-0036442 CDFS_08 18 19.67 1.08 17 20.29 0.84 18.09 17.33 17.87
J033147.9-263142.0 0634-0055190 2MASS J03314795-2631415 CDFS_02 8 20.05 0.90 5 23.18 0.45 15.09 12.68 12.72
J033202.0-270251.0 0629-0052136 CDFS_10 24 18.68 0.69 24 20.28 1.87 13.40 11.55 11.36
J033339.3-281723.6 0617-0035918 CDFS_00 37 19.65 0.81 37 20.73 1.16 19.99 19.72 -
J033427.8-271222.3 0627-0053059 CDFS_03 24 17.92 1.71 7 20.76 2.56 16.68 15.08 14.98
J033438.6-352904.2 0545-0029296 UVE_FORNAX 12 18.60 1.12 11 20.54 2.31 12.89 11.37 10.58
J033500.4-272854.8 0625-0053892 BPS CS 29526-0042 CDFS_03 27 16.98 1.63 16 19.37 4.07 14.74 14.27 13.99
J033502.7-271210.1 0627-0053178 CDFS_03 26 19.98 0.90 24 20.80 1.51 19.97 18.84 18.66
J033546.0-290209.8 0609-0037329 HE 0333-2912 CDFS_09 10 16.09 0.90 10 18.10 2.61 13.39 13.42 13.14
J033621.1-353335.3 0544-0029832 [MDP2001] 18 QSO UVE_FORNAX 11 20.24 0.74 11 21.00 1.27 19.27 20.05 -
J033621.6-270700.3 0628-0052915 CDFS_03 22 20.32 0.67 22 21.49 1.21 19.88 18.16 -
J033715.2-283238.1 0614-0037520 2MASS J03371533-2832382 CDFS_09 12 15.51 0.94 12 16.78 3.07 13.88 13.52 13.23
J033721.8-271636.5 0627-0053616 CDFS_03 10 20.33 0.67 8 22.48 0.53 19.74 18.90 -
J033728.9-354108.5 0543-0030374 [MDP2001] 3 QSO UVE_FORNAX 11 20.05 0.94 11 20.37 1.44 18.60 19.16 18.47
J033808.7-353418.9 0544-0030090 [PFP2002] 19 X UVE_FORNAX 8 20.24 0.72 6 22.53 0.65 14.47 12.86 11.46
J033818.4-272232.8 0626-0054340 CDFS_03 2 19.39 1.15 2 20.28 1.80 17.13 14.51 12.60
J033825.1-273326.6 0624-0054706 CDFS_03 12 20.17 0.71 12 21.25 1.30 20.05 19.54 18.71
J033843.5-353349.1 0544-0030186 [MCJ93] NGC 1404 a QSO UVE_FORNAX 10 20.16 0.60 9 21.24 1.05 18.72 19.48 18.74
J042733.6+165222.2 1068-0045716 Cl* Melotte 25 LH 110 GI2_001002_HYADES_POS2 5 20.18 0.73 5 21.38 0.79 16.34 14.90 12.93
J042832.3+165821.6 1069-0046050 GI2_001002_HYADES_POS2 7 19.30 1.64 1 20.74 - 16.60 15.96 14.90
J043431.2+172220.1 1073-0063497 GI2_001001_HYADES_POS1 13 19.66 0.71 13 20.47 0.31 17.22 15.05 14.36
J051358.9-481609.7 0417-0042965 DLENSS_02 9 19.59 1.31 0 - - 12.23 11.09 10.62
J051439.0-491136.9 0408-0043566 DLENSS_00 49 19.30 1.46 2 23.53 0.16 16.57 15.03 15.02
J051456.0-485234.5 0411-0043202 1RXS J051455.4-485238 X DLENSS_00 47 20.25 0.74 14 21.12 1.22 - 18.52 18.27
J051507.4-485739.4 0410-0042890 DLENSS_00 40 19.78 0.70 23 20.61 0.73 18.87 19.43 -
J051522.4-494528.8 0402-0043026 DLENSS_05 19 17.15 0.69 17 22.60 0.80 13.82 13.78 13.12
J051544.9-484853.6 0411-0043441 DLENSS_00 65 19.83 0.69 28 20.42 1.32 20.35 20.15 18.67
J051630.7-484850.5 0411-0043607 DLENSS_02 49 19.29 1.70 12 21.40 2.18 17.91 16.37 16.79
J051633.9-475139.5 0421-0054904 DLENSS_02 11 19.88 0.62 6 21.61 1.67 18.58 18.27 18.02
J051659.7-485211.9 0411-0043744 HD 273973 DLENSS_00 69 15.46 1.05 31 20.09 1.04 12.48 12.41 12.39
J051728.7-481712.8 0417-0043781 DLENSS_02 6 18.60 1.42 3 21.24 1.62 16.87 15.89 15.59
J051822.2-484151.8 0413-0044067 DLENSS_02 59 19.13 1.12 34 19.75 1.13 20.18 19.44 18.85
J051828.9-483932.8 0413-0044092 DLENSS_02 32 19.50 1.50 26 19.32 1.77 18.46 17.16 16.62
J051832.6-484541.1 0412-0043599 DLENSS_02 65 19.56 0.87 28 20.04 1.39 19.42 19.20 18.69
J051841.6-490713.4 0408-0044496 1RXS J051841.2-490711 X DLENSS_00 9 20.25 0.75 6 22.04 1.07 15.56 13.14 12.53
J051855.0-492606.1 0405-0044152 DLENSS_05 11 17.59 0.84 7 19.99 2.50 15.38 14.82 14.78
J052147.9-485240.8 0411-0044640 DLENSS_03 34 20.18 0.69 34 20.39 1.00 21.16 20.13 -
J052307.7-490336.1 0409-0043999 DLENSS_03 20 18.17 2.13 6 19.58 3.58 16.74 15.94 15.54
J052337.8-485917.4 0410-0044641 DLENSS_03 37 18.81 1.26 0 - - 14.43 13.31 13.26
J052343.6-481357.0 0417-0045213 DLENSS_01 14 19.85 0.98 14 20.14 1.11 19.19 18.93 18.20
J064620.4-361255.1 0537-0071696 GI1_056009_NGC2298 3 19.65 0.76 0 - - 14.15 13.03 12.86
J064656.0-361528.9 0537-0071933 GI1_056009_NGC2298 19 18.21 2.66 0 - - 12.28 11.77 11.56
J064753.2-353947.6 0543-0073588 GI1_056009_NGC2298 21 20.00 1.00 0 - - 16.34 14.88 14.31
J064818.6-362115.6 0536-0071322 GI1_056009_NGC2298 25 19.22 0.85 0 - - 13.55 12.94 12.56
J064856.6-360215.8 0539-0072748 GI1_056009_NGC2298 2 19.67 0.62 1 18.58 - 17.60 16.41 16.58
J065023.1-354827.2 0541-0073790 GI1_056009_NGC2298 2 19.05 1.63 1 22.16 - 15.07 13.38 11.45
J081226.4+033320.5 J081226.37+033320.1 WIRE_0813p02 77 18.95 1.95 0 - - 16.68 16.49 16.43
J090853.4-021242.8 0877-0274765 EIS_WIDE_D 13 19.23 0.98 9 22.69 0.85 15.90 15.66 16.16
J091215.2-101203.7 0797-0189197 GI1_013007_IRASF09111m1007 11 18.98 1.94 2 19.54 3.22 16.40 15.84 14.56
J091303.9-095637.5 0800-0190480 GI1_013007_IRASF09111m1007 3 17.93 3.02 0 - - 16.72 16.51 15.50
J091332.6-101108.2 0798-0190682 GI1_013007_IRASF09111m1007 15 19.11 1.47 3 19.27 0.28 15.35 14.15 13.46
J092251.4-230407.1 0669-0247513 GI1_059003_NGC2865 11 17.71 2.00 0 - - 14.97 15.17 14.65
J092538.3-225707.7 0670-0257587 GI1_059003_NGC2865 9 20.00 0.70 2 21.06 0.32 16.84 16.29 16.12
J093251.3+700152.7 1600-0086111 GI1_005007_J092810p702308 19 20.32 0.66 9 20.93 0.24 19.81 18.80 18.37
J095819.9+022903.6 J095819.87+022903.5 SDSS J095819.87+022903.5 Sy1 COSMOS_03 56 19.12 0.61 50 19.38 0.78 19.36 19.14 19.09
J095820.4+020303.9 J095820.44+020303.9 SDSS J095820.44+020303.9 QSO COSMOS_03 16 20.35 0.64 12 23.05 1.33 20.05 19.86 19.83
J095821.6+024628.2 J095821.65+024628.1 SDSS J095821.65+024628.1 QSO COSMOS_03 47 20.39 0.61 9 22.77 1.53 19.53 19.20 19.08
J095847.6+021815.3 J095847.63+021814.9 COSMOS_03 11 18.62 1.42 1 23.43 - 14.56 13.78 13.68
J095848.7+025243.9 J095848.67+025243.2 2MASX J09584864+0252433 Sy1 COSMOS_03 37 20.11 0.85 31 20.91 0.60 18.96 17.99 17.67
J095902.7+021906.5 J095902.76+021906.3 2MASS J09590277+0219067 QSO COSMOS_03 01 19.80 0.64 91 20.25 0.89 19.66 19.10 18.92
J100015.7+025545.4 J100015.76+025545.5 [VV2006c] J100015.7+025545 Sy1 COSMOS_03 49 20.14 0.85 45 20.47 1.19 19.11 18.40 17.97
J100024.6+023149.1 J100024.64+023149.0 SDSS J100024.64+023149.0 QSO COSMOS_03 12 19.24 0.97 54 22.64 1.65 19.14 18.89 18.93
J100133.2+014328.5 J100133.25+014328.5 COSMOS_02 56 17.21 1.98 24 18.93 5.79 14.69 14.66 14.68
J100146.5+020256.7 J100146.48+020256.7 COSMOS_01 03 20.14 0.62 93 20.59 1.08 20.21 20.19 20.17
J100152.2+021158.7 0921-0232199 COSMOS_01 72 19.17 1.31 62 21.10 2.30 14.34 12.58 11.91
J100202.8+022433.9 J100202.77+022434.6 SDSS J100202.77+022434.6 QSO COSMOS_01 82 20.30 0.64 35 23.03 1.18 20.31 20.11 20.33
J100317.9+022356.3 J100317.92+022355.6 COSMOS_01 20 20.37 0.60 17 22.07 1.61 20.57 20.45 20.30
J100614.4-340233.1 0559-0228154 GI1_013023_IRASF10038m3338 6 19.46 0.80 0 - - 14.52 13.53 12.90
J100856.4+280008.1 J100856.40+280008.2 GI1_005008_J100924p280300 15 19.75 0.72 13 21.01 0.49 19.47 19.62 19.45
J102641.8+572858.7 J102641.84+572858.4 LOCK_13 23 18.78 1.84 3 22.13 1.62 16.79 16.51 16.41
J102841.9+570840.4 1471-0248108 LOCK_13 24 18.27 1.26 2 22.48 1.08 14.01 12.85 12.49
J102911.8+575806.1 1479-0255037 TYC 3822-603-1 LOCK_13 18 19.54 1.13 8 21.67 1.08 11.52 9.78 8.96
J103222.8+575551.8 J103222.85+575551.1 CLASXS 89 QSO LOCK_06 18 20.05 0.69 10 20.77 0.58 20.19 19.96 20.04
J103333.9+582818.8 J103333.92+582818.8 SDSS J103333.92+582818.8 QSO LOCK_06 20 20.19 0.75 10 20.92 1.03 20.31 20.42 20.22
J103352.8+584655.1 J103352.86+584654.7 V* DW UMa Nov LOCK_03 23 15.17 0.65 11 15.21 0.65 14.33 14.33 14.35
J103402.9+582639.7 J103402.86+582639.6 PQ LOCK_06 19 20.36 0.63 10 20.74 0.54 19.87 19.77 19.47
J103525.0+580336.1 J103525.05+580335.6 SDSS J103525.05+580335.6 QSO LOCK_12 43 19.52 0.71 19 20.60 0.63 19.05 18.95 19.06
J103538.2+581549.1 1482-0238267 LOCK_06 20 15.53 1.92 10 16.78 5.68 13.59 12.96 12.24
J103557.6+591934.8 J103557.67+591934.3 LOCK_03 24 17.98 0.90 11 18.22 1.02 18.02 18.13 18.08
J103607.2+592251.3 1493-0195709 LOCK_03 6 20.18 0.80 2 21.26 0.03 14.47 13.52 14.23
J103653.0+584734.9 J103653.00+584734.2 SDSS J103653.00+584734.2 QSO LOCK_03 18 19.82 0.65 7 21.18 0.47 20.22 19.69 19.69
J103717.0+563456.9 J103716.99+563456.9 SDSS J103716.99+563456.9 QSO LOCK_08 21 19.16 0.68 10 19.82 0.94 19.09 18.90 18.94
J103720.9+591653.8 J103720.93+591653.5 LOCK_03 24 18.31 0.62 11 20.50 1.77 16.05 16.02 16.03
J103735.2+563050.6 J103735.17+563050.7 PQ LOCK_08 20 19.74 0.76 9 20.51 1.13 19.49 19.39 19.50
J103755.2+575512.2 J103755.23+575512.0 1RXS J103755.6+575514 X LOCK_12 34 19.97 0.61 17 20.73 0.90 19.84 19.60 19.62
J103759.4+581213.5 J103759.47+581212.7 LOCK_12 35 19.67 1.03 5 22.84 1.02 17.34 17.22 17.17
J103918.8+561101.8 J103918.78+561101.6 SDSS J103918.78+561101.6 QSO LOCK_08 21 20.27 0.63 10 21.30 0.91 19.16 19.06 18.85
J104013.0+564141.1 J104013.31+564140.9 LOCK_08 20 19.63 0.61 9 20.19 0.56 20.07 20.11 19.74
J104017.0+565829.7 J104017.02+565828.9 PQ LOCK_08 21 19.78 1.03 10 20.70 1.23 19.57 19.61 19.65
J104100.0+564713.7 J104100.00+564713.3 SDSS J104100.00+564713.3 QSO LOCK_08 21 19.59 0.81 0 - - 18.16 18.12 18.10
J104108.2+562000.3 J104108.18+562000.3 2MASS J10410822+5620002 AGN LOCK_08 18 20.04 0.94 9 19.50 0.57 19.82 18.78 18.43
J104114.4+575024.1 J104114.48+575023.9 SDSS J104114.48+575023.9 QSO LOCK_12 24 20.07 0.71 11 20.38 0.82 18.84 18.89 18.71
J104325.0+563258.0 J104325.06+563258.1 LOCK_08 26 16.40 3.74 18 17.78 2.41 20.28 20.40 20.58
J104350.5+553921.0 J104350.48+553921.0 LOCK_10 20 20.02 0.73 8 22.86 0.78 20.10 19.95 20.01
J104356.6+580732.1 J104356.72+580731.9 V* IY UMa Nov LOCK_01 29 17.59 0.94 12 17.97 0.81 17.52 17.62 17.60
J104401.1+560003.4 J104401.13+560003.6 PQ LOCK_10 15 20.25 0.71 11 20.90 1.07 20.26 20.01 19.99
J104537.4+594656.1 J104537.46+594655.6 1RXS J104537.1+594648 X LOCK_02 24 19.25 1.29 12 22.08 1.11 14.27 13.45 12.92
J104551.8+562206.9 J104551.80+562203.5 SDSS J104551.80+562203.5 QSO LOCK_10 39 18.97 1.44 20 20.33 0.86 18.94 18.74 18.69
J104640.7+590522.0 J104640.55+590524.2 LOCK_02 9 20.21 0.74 2 20.99 0.25 20.49 20.25 19.92
J104647.6+591445.5 1492-0194997 LOCK_02 25 19.86 0.93 7 22.03 1.69 17.82 18.08 18.08
J104653.2+560034.5 J104653.22+560034.2 LOCK_10 31 20.03 0.95 18 20.52 0.96 20.58 20.64 20.26
J104659.3+573056.2 J104659.37+573055.8 SDSS J104659.37+573055.8 QSO LOCK_04 25 19.80 0.91 9 22.31 1.83 19.23 18.89 18.90
J104705.0+590729.3 J104705.07+590728.4 2MASS J10470505+5907284 QSO LOCK_02 21 18.63 0.68 9 19.58 0.54 18.80 18.74 18.57
J104707.6+053349.2 J104707.59+053349.2 GI1_035001_J104802p052610 39 17.78 2.25 10 19.87 3.12 15.92 15.68 15.59
J104727.8+560544.5 J104727.84+560544.2 SDSS J104727.84+560544.2 QSO LOCK_10 32 19.98 0.66 18 21.50 0.96 18.72 18.85 18.74
J104757.5+573451.8 J104757.52+573451.8 SDSS J104757.52+573451.8 QSO LOCK_04 20 19.17 0.67 13 20.12 1.23 19.10 18.86 18.94
J104803.1+554209.9 J104803.05+554210.0 PQ LOCK_10 21 18.32 2.14 3 19.53 2.18 16.85 16.56 16.47
J104821.3+575934.6 J104821.38+575934.3 PQ LOCK_04 35 20.13 0.80 21 20.57 0.64 19.49 18.53 18.07
J104840.1+053551.5 J104840.08+053551.3 QSO B1046+058 QSO GI1_035001_J104802p052610 30 20.39 0.60 0 - - 18.80 18.88 18.54
J104844.2+581538.6 J104844.20+581538.6 PQ LOCK_00 26 18.47 2.49 5 19.41 4.36 17.01 16.87 16.83
J104913.8+044040.0 J104913.79+044039.9 2MASS J10491378+0440398 AGN GI1_035002_J105002p042644 39 20.00 0.80 24 20.82 0.52 18.28 17.72 17.33
J104925.9+575421.4 J104925.88+575421.5 PQ LOCK_04 42 17.58 1.64 21 18.14 1.62 18.04 17.54 17.06
J104932.2+050532.2 J104932.22+050531.7 4C 05.46 QSO GI1_035001_J104802p052610 17 19.29 0.98 14 21.33 0.71 18.81 18.64 18.68
J104935.4+051155.7 J104935.41+051154.9 [VV2006c] J104935.4+051155 AGN GI1_035001_J104802p052610 23 19.90 0.81 18 19.92 0.89 19.63 19.18 18.86
J104936.5+052536.1 J104936.53+052535.9 GI1_035001_J104802p052610 30 20.29 0.71 21 21.00 0.91 20.64 20.39 20.01
J105044.4+045115.9 J105044.46+045115.7 GI1_035002_J105002p042644 36 19.51 0.97 15 21.33 2.16 17.42 17.34 17.32
J105054.8+594715.3 J105054.86+594715.0 LOCK_09 26 19.72 0.68 10 20.54 1.03 20.14 20.04 19.73
J105057.3+593214.8 J105057.28+593214.3 2MASX J10505729+5932144 Gal LOCK_09 37 17.99 1.00 21 18.22 0.84 17.94 17.34 16.93
J105106.1+591625.5 J105106.12+591625.1 2MASS J10510614+5916251 QSO LOCK_00 81 18.76 0.73 23 19.85 1.11 18.23 18.28 18.32
J105109.0+043452.2 J105108.99+043451.6 PQ GI1_035002_J105002p042644 26 20.32 0.66 12 21.37 0.93 20.25 19.89 19.98
J105130.9+043801.7 J105130.92+043801.5 GI1_035002_J105002p042644 33 17.74 2.03 10 19.61 3.96 16.13 15.87 15.83
J105141.1+591305.5 J105141.16+591305.2 BWE 1048+5929 QSO LOCK_00 53 18.82 0.93 32 19.42 0.64 18.98 19.00 18.72
J105143.1+592151.6 J105143.20+592151.7 LOCK_09 25 18.91 1.77 16 19.49 2.31 20.15 20.09 19.93
J105237.5+600836.9 J105237.54+600836.9 LOCK_09 26 20.14 0.75 10 20.55 1.14 20.38 20.19 20.13
J105310.1+585533.2 J105310.16+585532.7 SDSS J105310.16+585532.7 QSO LOCK_00 56 19.07 0.64 34 19.86 0.90 19.18 18.85 18.94
J105336.7+595019.8 J105336.75+595019.7 SDSS J105336.75+595019.7 QSO LOCK_09 13 19.88 0.83 4 20.38 0.75 19.42 19.09 19.03
J105401.8+592025.3 J105401.88+592025.0 PQ LOCK_09 26 20.28 0.65 20 20.87 0.82 19.67 19.61 19.28
J105451.6+564739.9 J105451.56+564739.7 LOCK_05 56 20.14 0.64 19 22.11 1.11 20.17 19.87 20.03
J105501.0+600002.8 J105501.03+600002.9 LOCK_09 19 20.33 0.65 8 21.39 0.41 20.72 20.55 20.47
J105513.8+564747.7 J105513.80+564747.5 LOCK_05 44 17.09 2.24 12 18.64 5.16 15.50 15.34 15.29
J105617.8+592940.3 J105617.89+592939.9 PQ LOCK_09 19 20.06 0.68 8 20.90 0.68 19.70 19.40 19.53
J105622.3+570522.1 J105622.28+570521.9 PQ LOCK_05 39 17.09 2.27 9 18.30 5.40 15.87 15.60 15.50
J105705.3+580437.6 J105705.39+580437.4 CGPG 1054.0+5821 QSO LOCK_07 35 18.06 0.75 16 18.12 1.04 17.64 17.27 16.85
J105902.1+584008.3 J105902.17+584008.2 PQ LOCK_07 22 20.32 0.68 4 21.38 0.62 20.09 20.17 19.99
J120136.9-033328.1 J120136.95-033328.5 GI1_114003_PG1159m035 10 19.77 1.11 2 22.08 1.29 17.66 17.41 17.28
J120519.8-075605.6 0820-0285920 GI1_074001_J120526m074324 31 19.63 1.19 1 23.15 - 15.20 13.41 12.58
J120555.3-075433.0 0820-0286032 GI1_074001_J120526m074324 27 19.75 0.95 22 20.87 1.34 20.56 19.04 -
J120642.5-075909.1 0820-0286179 GI1_074001_J120526m074324 30 19.59 0.87 22 19.77 1.20 20.45 19.54 18.89
J123523.7+614132.4 J123523.73+614132.0 HDFN_00 92 20.34 0.61 1 21.78 - 14.44 13.82 13.61
J123718.3+624207.9 1527-0246893 HDFN_00 29 20.23 0.75 9 23.01 1.14 13.89 12.18 10.81
J123747.4+614918.8 J123747.37+614918.6 QSO B1235+6205 QSO HDFN_00 99 19.94 0.81 52 22.43 1.49 18.54 18.48 18.44
J123759.5+621102.5 J123759.56+621102.3 SDSS J123759.56+621102.3 QSO HDFN_00 02 19.31 0.78 55 20.48 0.67 18.48 18.46 18.57
J124034.2+621605.5 J124034.17+621605.4 QSO B1238+6232 SyG HDFN_00 49 20.27 0.72 7 21.98 0.34 20.53 20.10 19.56
J132227.7+274437.0 1177-0285887 GI1_065001_SubaruDeep 66 18.42 1.77 1 23.54 - 17.68 16.74 15.72
J132416.6+271802.6 J132416.63+271802.3 GI1_065001_SubaruDeep 69 19.46 0.62 3 20.53 0.43 19.42 19.61 19.34
J132546.5-425141.3 0471-0361002 NGA_Cen_A_Jet 16 18.14 2.14 6 19.76 1.44 15.46 14.33 15.30
J132602.6+273502.3 1175-0264401 GI1_065001_SubaruDeep 70 17.40 3.33 3 21.36 1.11 14.66 12.10 10.55
J132614.7-425920.8 0470-0346459 NGA_Cen_A_Jet 16 19.35 0.71 4 21.97 0.71 15.44 17.03 15.40
J132656.1-432147.9 0466-0302823 NGA_Cen_A_Jet 7 18.60 1.59 0 - - 16.11 15.29 14.93
J132733.1-430701.1 0468-0336855 NGA_Cen_A_Jet 8 20.17 0.81 0 - - 17.24 17.44 17.60
J132743.5+654652.2 J132743.54+654651.9 SDSS J132743.54+654651.9 Sy1 GI1_005015_J132648p660300 6 20.11 0.87 4 21.77 0.26 19.95 20.08 19.73
J132755.7-424752.2 0472-0378078 NGA_Cen_A_Jet 7 20.19 0.78 1 22.95 - 16.57 16.82 16.49
J132832.4-424144.0 0473-0382414 2E 3056 X NGA_Cen_A_Jet 6 20.32 0.64 1 22.57 - 15.08 12.70 11.23
J133922.6-092349.4 0806-0257175 GI1_024002_DEEP_IMPACT 7 19.81 1.02 0 - - 19.45 18.81 18.27
J134651.1-300451.8 0599-0303916 GI1_032001_NGC5291 7 19.62 1.37 0 - - 17.59 16.47 16.64
J134939.3-301623.8 0597-0305628 [RP98d] P12 QSO GI1_032001_NGC5291 9 19.62 1.06 0 - - 18.61 18.44 18.12
J141724.6+523025.1 J141724.59+523024.9 CFDF 14h 50800 Sy1 GROTH_00 84 20.36 0.64 35 20.98 0.75 20.17 20.04 19.73
J141801.5+525200.9 J141801.51+525200.7 PQ GROTH_00 45 20.32 0.67 63 21.07 1.19 20.45 20.18 20.13
J141818.9+525007.2 1428-0298757 2MASS J14181898+5250068 ** GROTH_00 53 17.68 0.69 54 22.36 1.91 13.55 12.24 12.06
J141905.1+522528.2 J141905.17+522527.7 SDSS J141905.17+522527.7 QSO GROTH_00 53 20.17 0.83 77 20.97 1.30 19.95 19.88 19.69
J141949.6+530555.0 J141949.62+530554.7 GROTH_00 66 19.66 0.67 68 21.63 2.50 17.75 17.69 17.71
J142015.6+523718.9 J142015.64+523718.8 SDSS J142015.64+523718.8 QSO GROTH_00 68 20.16 0.79 77 21.08 0.63 19.28 19.26 19.10
J142023.9+531605.2 J142023.88+531605.0 GROTH_00 63 20.30 0.70 23 21.25 1.98 20.70 20.63 20.63
J142135.9+523139.2 J142135.88+523138.9 HSP2005] J142135.894+523137.8 Gal GROTH_00 02 19.91 0.79 48 20.03 0.84 19.84 19.23 18.87
J142209.1+530559.3 J142209.14+530559.7 PQ GROTH_00 58 19.74 0.84 74 20.74 1.38 19.55 19.51 19.51
J142337.7+341053.1 J142337.63+341052.9 1RXS J142337.6+341049 X NGPDWS_15 35 18.98 0.98 1 19.81 - 18.68 18.49 18.91
J142338.9+342242.8 J142338.89+342242.6 NGPDWS_15 36 19.18 0.81 0 - - 18.44 18.21 18.13
J142456.4+341812.6 J142456.37+341812.4 NGPDWS_15 36 19.44 0.69 1 21.77 - 19.58 19.38 19.44
J142607.7+340426.4 J142607.71+340426.3 BWE 1423+3417 BLL NGPDWS_15 35 18.93 0.90 1 21.97 - 17.65 17.38 17.12
J142627.0+321540.7 1222-0300203 NGPDWS_08 26 20.33 0.64 1 20.84 - 19.94 18.40 18.69
J142734.8+352543.1 J142734.80+352543.4 [VV2006c] J142734.8+352543 Sy1 NGPDWS_04 37 19.24 0.60 1 19.55 - 18.45 18.29 18.34
J142747.3+350344.4 J142747.26+350344.1 NGPDWS_04 53 20.32 0.66 0 - - 20.25 19.95 19.83
J142808.4+320624.6 J142808.47+320624.7 PQ NGPDWS_08 25 20.02 0.96 1 21.42 - 19.54 19.54 19.24
J142809.2+341342.2 J142809.21+341342.0 NGPDWS_15 59 19.11 1.05 2 20.30 0.04 19.43 19.57 19.28
J142909.9+353614.7 J142909.96+353615.0 PQ NGPDWS_01 21 20.00 0.88 13 20.65 0.86 19.57 18.86 18.44
J142911.3+324824.2 J142911.27+324824.0 PQ NGPDWS_13 21 18.88 0.65 1 20.14 - 18.17 17.99 17.98
J142924.2+353013.0 J142924.20+353013.0 NGPDWS_01 13 19.27 0.67 0 - - 16.04 15.63 15.53
J142948.8+330839.0 J142948.72+330836.4 NGPDWS_13 42 19.74 0.78 0 - - 18.39 17.48 17.03
J143012.5+343708.6 J143012.51+343708.6 NGPDWS_03 46 20.30 0.61 1 21.35 - 20.36 20.35 20.31
J143057.2+324441.6 J143057.20+324441.7 [ZEH2003] RX J1430.9+3244 1 NGPDWS_13 6 18.91 1.70 1 18.77 - 19.62 18.80 18.38
J143126.4+342710.3 1244-0216520 NGPDWS_03 30 18.40 0.86 0 - - 13.78 12.72 11.68
J143126.8+352453.1 J143126.89+352453.3 NGPDWS_01 18 19.57 1.00 8 22.01 0.42 19.68 19.67 19.73
J143128.2+330702.4 J143128.23+330702.5 PQ NGPDWS_13 23 20.24 0.67 1 21.44 - 19.58 19.36 19.43
J143130.2+343856.8 J143130.16+343857.5 NGPDWS_03 34 20.06 0.60 0 - - 19.77 19.59 19.56
J143133.5+350601.6 J143133.53+350601.4 NGPDWS_01 20 20.19 0.63 8 22.16 0.70 19.47 19.34 19.22
J143147.0+344639.4 J143146.98+344640.0 NGPDWS_03 30 20.33 0.67 0 - - 20.01 19.76 19.84
J143212.8+355534.9 J143212.84+355534.5 NGPDWS_01 20 19.72 0.66 12 21.27 0.91 19.46 19.39 19.59
J143215.1+350525.0 J143215.15+350524.9 PQ NGPDWS_01 42 19.74 0.87 13 20.26 0.74 19.45 19.50 19.46
J143304.3+332603.4 J143304.37+332603.7 PQ NGPDWS_12 20 20.13 0.77 1 21.21 - 20.31 19.91 19.97
J143332.4+342050.1 J143332.36+342049.8 NGPDWS_12 54 19.18 1.59 1 22.43 - 19.15 19.17 19.38
J143411.2+334015.6 J143411.23+334015.3 NGPDWS_12 28 20.33 0.61 1 22.43 - 19.51 19.48 19.11
J143447.1+341249.9 J143447.15+341249.8 PQ NGPDWS_12 50 20.33 0.66 1 21.07 - 19.92 19.84 19.57
J143448.1-782739.3 0115-0081579 GI1_045007_AM1434m783 7 20.11 0.82 0 - - 18.24 16.73 17.24
J143450.5+352433.1 J143450.50+352433.0 NGPDWS_00 80 19.85 1.13 68 21.16 1.54 20.81 20.52 20.52
J143528.3+350432.7 J143528.34+350432.6 PQ NGPDWS_00 90 20.17 0.67 79 21.08 1.34 20.35 20.04 20.07
J143626.7+350029.4 J143626.63+350029.7 [VV2006] J143626.6+350029 QSO NGPDWS_00 86 19.79 0.65 76 20.76 0.58 19.15 18.97 18.96
J143714.7+352254.3 J143714.66+352254.3 NGPDWS_00 89 19.25 0.70 78 19.84 1.06 19.34 19.45 19.29
J143750.3-785847.0 0110-0077231 GI1_045007_AM1434m783 8 18.21 1.48 0 - - 15.58 15.29 14.65
J143753.7+345924.0 1249-0218617 NSVS 7762964 RR* NGPDWS_00 79 15.90 1.74 68 18.53 4.61 13.49 13.93 13.18
J143756.5+351937.1 J143756.46+351937.0 7C 1435+3532 QSO NGPDWS_00 80 18.17 0.92 78 18.93 1.04 18.36 18.58 18.39
J143805.6+345849.4 J143805.61+345849.4 NGPDWS_00 90 19.23 0.70 79 19.33 0.89 19.35 19.41 19.14
J143809.9+344604.7 J143809.84+344604.7 NGPDWS_00 66 20.02 0.61 60 20.71 1.37 20.17 20.14 20.29
J143813.0+344417.3 1247-0218163 NGPDWS_00 72 20.03 0.97 59 20.11 1.39 20.15 19.28 18.55
J143823.9+635329.9 J143823.99+635329.6 GI2_007012_S_143907p641712 11 19.23 0.76 4 22.11 1.28 16.80 16.63 16.60
J144033.3-781914.6 0116-0085840 NSV 6738 V* GI1_045007_AM1434m783 6 17.09 0.79 0 - - 14.25 14.24 13.91
J144153.9-784630.7 0112-0079658 GI1_045007_AM1434m783 8 19.84 1.10 0 - - 14.34 12.81 12.34
J144227.8+643058.7 1545-0184124 GI2_007012_S_143907p641712 13 17.96 0.71 3 22.80 0.88 14.89 13.97 13.24
J145110.3+310639.8 1211-0222759 G 166-49 UVE_A1979 24 18.72 0.86 12 19.99 0.93 13.58 11.24 9.78
J151540.5+043032.0 J151540.50+043032.0 SDSS J151540.50+043032.0 QSO UVE_A2048 9 20.35 0.61 8 21.43 0.92 19.69 19.53 19.21
J154550.8-124936.8 0771-0380932 GI1_005021_J154712m131514 25 19.51 0.62 0 - - 16.08 16.13 16.23
J154603.5-125117.5 0771-0381016 GI1_005021_J154712m131514 27 19.89 0.67 0 - - 18.40 19.72 18.81
J154636.0-125616.2 0770-0374013 GI1_005021_J154712m131514 27 20.03 0.69 0 - - 15.96 15.50 15.13
J154756.8-130511.8 0769-0363452 GI1_005021_J154712m131514 27 17.82 1.54 0 - - 15.32 14.79 14.27
J155800.6+535233.6 J155800.64+535233.6 ELAISN1_10 9 18.06 0.87 0 - - 15.09 15.18 15.18
J160324.9+561258.4 J160324.93+561258.5 ELAISN1_06 3 19.54 1.05 0 - - 17.48 17.31 17.32
J160451.2+543229.5 1445-0249119 ELAISN1_02 12 20.23 0.68 0 - - 20.66 20.46 -
J160451.4+534311.4 1437-0248184 ELAISN1_09 16 19.14 1.07 2 22.85 0.51 13.91 12.89 11.84
J160538.0+561419.6 J160538.01+561419.5 PQ ELAISN1_06 9 19.62 0.74 1 21.06 - 19.14 19.09 19.01
J160542.1+564848.5 J160542.07+564849.3 ELAISN1_06 2 20.12 0.79 0 - - 17.35 17.18 17.18
J160551.1+554942.3 J160551.08+554942.8 PQ ELAISN1_01 14 19.84 0.64 1 20.89 - 19.64 19.31 19.02
J160608.8+530519.0 J160608.91+530521.1 ELAISN1_09 12 18.76 1.53 0 - - 13.89 13.60 13.46
J160655.4+534016.7 J160655.34+534016.8 SDSS J160655.34+534016.8 Sy1 ELAISN1_09 13 19.18 0.78 3 19.02 0.67 18.75 18.25 17.88
J160713.7+555132.0 J160713.78+555132.5 ELAISN1_01 14 18.80 1.30 0 - - 15.45 15.50 15.57
J160730.2+560305.6 J160730.20+560305.5 ELAISN1_01 5 19.85 1.09 0 - - 19.75 19.75 19.91
J160739.8+564243.2 J160739.66+564248.8 ELAISN1_06 2 20.22 0.74 0 - - 15.46 15.05 14.92
J160752.0+552649.3 1454-0249970 TYC 3880-1282-1 ELAISN1_01 4 15.97 1.39 0 - - 11.42 10.73 10.45
J160759.9+535209.9 J160759.92+535210.1 ELAISN1_09 12 19.20 0.90 2 22.84 0.13 16.83 16.84 16.82
J160809.7+554011.3 J160809.66+554011.4 RX J1608.1+5540 X ELAISN1_01 4 20.09 0.82 1 20.17 - 19.81 19.42 18.97
J160857.9+524151.4 J160857.87+524151.3 ELAISN1_11 16 19.91 0.80 0 - - 17.27 16.96 16.88
J160902.8+524224.4 J160902.80+524224.3 PQ ELAISN1_11 18 19.11 0.74 3 19.75 0.78 17.37 17.52 17.67
J160939.2+563908.9 J160939.13+563909.4 ELAISN1_05 16 18.75 1.16 2 19.37 0.04 18.83 18.77 18.49
J161129.8+534346.2 J161129.86+534345.8 ELAISN1_04 13 18.20 1.98 0 - - 16.52 16.19 16.10
J161212.5+540936.5 J161212.57+540936.6 ELAISN1_04 13 19.17 0.69 1 21.55 - 19.28 18.93 19.01
J161218.3+524225.4 1427-0325138 ELAISN1_11 17 18.33 1.58 1 20.03 - 13.90 12.85 11.43
J161238.8+564909.0 J161238.75+564909.7 PQ ELAISN1_05 12 19.88 0.68 2 19.98 0.47 19.32 18.94 18.56
J161257.4+524103.1 J161257.41+524103.0 ELAISN1_11 19 19.48 1.06 4 20.00 0.43 19.72 19.66 19.39
J161405.2+534631.9 J161405.20+534631.8 1RXS J161405.6+534633 X ELAISN1_04 14 20.14 0.84 1 20.35 - 19.16 18.90 18.83
J161502.9+563006.5 J161503.00+563006.8 ELAISN1_05 14 18.88 1.97 1 20.62 - 16.78 16.63 16.61
J161511.1+550625.8 J161511.06+550625.5 PQ ELAISN1_00 14 18.98 0.67 12 19.37 0.21 18.64 18.81 18.69
J161618.1+545405.5 J161618.03+545406.1 1RXS J161618.8+545359 X ELAISN1_00 22 19.87 0.88 0 - - 19.80 19.38 19.39
J161705.4+551606.2 1452-0248004 V* CR Dra Fl* ELAISN1_07 12 15.14 1.99 3 18.71 0.25 10.64 9.20 8.55
J163017.5+405425.5 J163017.46+405425.7 ELAISN2_01 14 18.45 1.21 0 - - 15.52 15.57 15.60
J163117.8+411024.4 J163117.72+411024.1 2MASS J16311775+4110239 AGN ELAISN2_01 5 20.32 0.61 1 21.43 - 19.88 19.18 18.86
J163118.7+405153.3 J163118.77+405152.1 2E 3717 X ELAISN2_01 13 19.54 1.29 2 21.30 0.38 15.79 14.18 12.22
J163137.0+413656.3 J163137.06+413656.6 ELAISN2_06 18 20.22 0.62 0 - - 19.56 19.53 19.28
J163143.7+404735.3 J163143.76+404735.6 SDSS J163143.76+404735.6 QSO ELAISN2_01 13 19.96 0.67 2 20.53 0.36 19.16 18.99 18.71
J163146.7+414632.2 J163146.72+414632.6 ELAISN2_06 16 19.70 0.86 0 - - 20.18 19.86 19.68
J163210.8+405502.8 J163210.88+405503.1 SDSS J163210.88+405503.1 QSO ELAISN2_01 13 19.37 0.92 2 20.25 0.13 19.26 19.01 18.96
J163220.2+413836.5 J163220.16+413836.4 ELAISN2_06 2 20.05 0.72 0 - - 19.99 19.73 19.84
J163428.1+412742.7 J163428.13+412742.6 ELAISN2_06 6 19.89 1.09 0 - - 20.63 19.95 19.51
J163533.8+410649.9 J163533.86+410649.6 V* V851 Her RR* ELAISN2_00 27 17.82 2.22 3 19.26 2.11 15.74 15.60 15.60
J163545.4+403016.3 J163545.43+403016.7 QSO B1634+406 QSO ELAISN2_07 26 19.75 0.77 0 - - 18.40 18.49 18.31
J163609.3+404749.0 J163609.30+404748.7 ELAISN2_00 29 20.32 0.61 0 - - 16.43 16.02 15.87
J163618.5+415058.3 J163618.51+415058.9 SDSS J163618.51+415058.9 QSO ELAISN2_08 20 20.01 0.79 3 21.60 0.79 19.34 19.08 19.06
J163627.1+404848.6 J163627.09+404848.9 [VV96] J163627.2+404847 QSO ELAISN2_00 26 19.84 0.72 22 20.71 1.03 19.99 19.96 20.06
J163629.6+410222.3 J163629.66+410222.4 CXOEN2 J163629.7+410222 X ELAISN2_00 26 19.57 1.17 22 19.80 1.75 17.98 17.23 16.87
J163631.3+420242.0 1320-0321675 2MASX J16363129+4202429 Sy1 ELAISN2_08 20 19.31 0.94 3 19.75 0.19 14.43 13.18 13.52
J163702.2+413022.4 J163702.20+413022.2 ELAISC15 J163702+413022 QSO ELAISN2_00 25 19.71 0.84 12 22.13 0.92 19.70 19.11 19.15
J163737.4+403112.1 J163737.33+403113.1 ELAISN2_00 13 19.93 0.73 0 - - 17.34 17.03 16.93
J163739.4+414347.9 J163739.43+414348.0 ELAISC15 J163739+414348 QSO ELAISN2_08 19 19.45 0.84 3 20.39 0.16 19.01 18.94 18.94
J163759.1+420336.5 J163759.16+420336.7 SDSS J163759.16+420336.7 QSO ELAISN2_08 15 19.83 0.65 3 21.50 0.18 19.51 19.23 19.22
J163802.2+402132.6 J163802.24+402132.3 ELAISN2_04 17 19.90 0.92 1 20.68 - 20.39 20.31 19.95
J163827.2+422144.1 J163827.22+422144.4 PQ ELAISN2_08 13 19.55 0.65 3 21.05 0.21 19.48 19.23 19.29
J163827.8+411142.0 J163827.82+411142.1 V* V855 Her V* ELAISN2_00 25 18.61 1.32 5 21.94 1.88 16.09 15.83 15.74
J163847.0+415245.8 J163847.06+415246.0 ELAISN2_08 16 19.90 0.84 3 21.83 0.49 19.54 19.43 19.55
J163850.7+402409.1 1304-0265981 ELAISN2_04 18 18.42 1.90 0 - - 14.32 13.37 12.27
J163853.2+413932.7 1316-0284553 ELAISN2_08 29 19.97 1.02 0 - - 12.33 11.34 10.93
J163908.5+402925.2 J163908.46+402925.1 PQ ELAISN2_04 17 19.84 0.63 1 20.75 - 19.41 19.50 19.40
J163915.8+412833.4 J163915.80+412833.7 ELAISC15 J163915+412834 QSO ELAISN2_08 9 18.55 1.49 0 - - 19.13 19.04 18.90
J163938.1+410646.2 1311-0271661 V* AF Her RR* ELAISN2_00 13 15.11 1.88 11 16.52 6.02 13.34 13.17 12.19
J163952.7+420951.6 J163952.76+420951.7 ELAISN2_08 19 18.29 1.75 1 22.35 - 15.88 15.80 15.81
J164009.9+413720.4 J164009.93+413720.4 [CCH92] 1638.5+4143 ELAISN2_03 17 20.20 0.70 1 20.85 - 19.97 19.72 19.72
J164032.8+403705.7 1306-0268136 V* AG Her RR* ELAISN2_04 16 14.70 1.90 1 21.73 - 13.27 13.07 12.82
J164106.8+404225.2 1307-0268106 GSC 03074-00114 ELAISN2_04 10 15.70 0.87 1 17.93 - 14.00 14.13 13.88
J164117.7+401921.6 1303-0266136 ELAISN2_04 8 19.99 0.78 0 - - 12.49 10.92 10.14
J164135.2+413806.9 J164135.27+413807.2 [VV2006c] J164135.2+413807 Sy1 ELAISN2_03 13 20.00 1.00 3 20.42 0.18 19.78 19.57 19.42
J164238.6+395245.5 1298-0277721 ELAISN2_04 3 16.48 1.47 0 - - 13.19 13.56 12.94
J164337.5+411857.6 1313-0274769 ELAISN2_03 16 18.34 0.86 0 - - 13.12 12.62 11.35
J164536.6-014631.6 0882-0315863 GI1_056023_NGC6218 6 19.68 1.11 0 - - 16.87 16.44 15.56
J164634.7+350317.8 J164634.71+350317.6 FIRST J164634.6+350317 QSO DEEPZLE_01 45 20.17 0.62 30 21.59 0.41 19.52 19.43 19.55
J164637.6+345350.2 J164637.50+345348.9 2MASX J16463750+3453488 Gal DEEPZLE_01 47 18.09 0.64 32 18.25 0.89 19.06 18.84 18.62
J164714.3-020035.7 0879-0410799 GI1_056023_NGC6218 7 19.77 1.09 0 - - - 15.29 -
J164718.2-015603.4 Cl* NGC 6218 KUST 343 GI1_056023_NGC6218 14 17.31 1.16 0 - - - - -
J164718.8-015221.4 0881-0332822 Cl* NGC 6218 KUST 346 GI1_056023_NGC6218 7 19.38 1.03 0 - - 14.75 14.48 15.19
J164725.0-015505.9 0880-0363588 GI1_056023_NGC6218 8 19.02 0.88 0 - - 12.35 11.90 15.98
J164727.8-020040.7 0879-0411347 GI1_056023_NGC6218 11 18.37 2.11 0 - - 18.80 16.41 -
J164733.2+350542.0 J164733.23+350541.5 SDSS J164733.23+350541.5 QSO DEEPZLE_01 44 19.97 0.69 31 21.34 1.57 19.89 19.89 20.11
J164737.4+351433.3 J164737.38+351432.9 PQ DEEPZLE_01 47 19.62 0.64 32 20.30 0.40 20.30 19.59 19.26
J164816.9+343745.2 J164816.98+343745.2 2MASS J16481695+3437453 QSO DEEPZLE_01 47 19.89 0.82 31 22.03 1.22 19.19 18.84 18.79
J164828.0+344847.8 J164828.07+344847.7 DEEPZLE_01 47 19.38 1.24 8 23.01 1.30 16.68 16.43 16.33
J164858.5+344839.5 1248-0246917 DEEPZLE_01 46 19.80 0.81 15 21.83 2.24 15.25 13.92 13.40
J164921.1+350323.6 J164921.16+350323.6 PQ DEEPZLE_01 42 19.61 0.87 32 20.76 0.46 19.48 19.34 19.40
J164922.3+344431.1 J164922.35+344430.7 DEEPZLE_01 41 20.01 0.86 28 20.67 0.54 20.37 20.44 20.15
J164935.0+351333.1 J164934.98+351333.2 DEEPZLE_01 37 20.37 0.61 25 22.24 0.78 21.18 21.08 20.81
J164939.8+345819.1 J164939.82+345819.0 V* HL Her RR* DEEPZLE_01 54 17.31 2.40 12 18.31 4.22 16.11 15.85 15.76
J165153.4-223952.2 0673-0467905 GI1_056025_NGC6235 24 18.39 1.91 0 - - 15.60 14.69 14.29
J165329.3-221055.4 0678-0481542 GI1_056025_NGC6235 15 19.58 0.96 0 - - 15.98 14.85 -
J165336.1-221418.6 0677-0475777 GI1_056025_NGC6235 20 20.08 0.74 0 - - 16.10 14.70 14.38
J165420.0-221637.3 0677-0476678 GI1_056025_NGC6235 22 20.28 0.62 0 - - 15.24 13.82 13.45
J165503.1-223057.4 0674-0470011 GI1_056025_NGC6235 24 17.70 0.76 0 - - 11.69 10.74 10.36
J165611.6-034054.6 0863-0326722 GI1_056026_NGC6254 2 19.87 0.61 0 - - 12.59 11.27 9.96
J165705.9-042058.0 0856-0301315 GJ 1207 Fl* GI1_056026_NGC6254 10 17.69 1.74 0 - - 13.06 11.28 9.68
J171008.9+585112.9 J171008.92+585113.2 SIRTFFL_03 26 20.06 0.92 1 22.92 - 17.62 17.62 17.64
J171052.2+190912.5 1091-0265526 GI1_052004_KIG792 14 20.35 0.63 0 - - 19.98 20.07 -
J171117.6+584123.7 J171117.66+584123.8 2MASS J17111770+5841241 QSO SIRTFFL_03 25 19.41 0.64 13 19.93 0.87 18.77 18.72 18.44
J171209.2+591918.9 J171209.25+591919.0 PQ SIRTFFL_03 12 20.33 0.65 6 21.25 0.90 20.32 20.04 20.12
J171250.9+582748.6 J171250.85+582748.3 SIRTFFL_03 14 18.51 0.63 6 20.64 2.03 16.03 15.91 15.91
J171251.8+185452.4 1089-0267698 GI1_052004_KIG792 19 19.78 0.96 0 - - 16.85 15.92 15.26
J171309.6+600127.1 J171309.58+600127.1 PQ SIRTFFL_00 23 19.72 0.77 21 20.40 1.49 19.70 19.68 19.76
J171331.5+591815.3 J171331.52+591814.8 FLSVLA J171331.3+591815 QSO SIRTFFL_03 14 19.10 1.70 7 19.73 0.47 19.71 19.76 19.42
J171417.2+584532.9 J171417.22+584532.9 PQ SIRTFFL_03 6 20.30 0.69 4 21.74 0.47 20.53 20.24 20.21
J171456.8+585128.3 J171456.78+585128.3 1RXS J171456.2+585130 X SIRTFFL_03 13 16.59 0.85 11 16.89 0.85 15.02 14.23 13.84
J171539.2+585152.3 1488-0241749 SIRTFFL_03 12 18.22 1.13 4 21.88 0.69 13.85 12.38 11.39
J171550.5+593548.6 J171550.48+593548.7 2MASX J17155047+5935486 Sy1 SIRTFFL_00 30 18.56 1.50 27 18.99 1.61 18.43 17.83 17.34
J171746.5+594123.3 1496-0241654 1RXS J171746.0+594119 X SIRTFFL_00 24 19.90 1.09 22 21.23 1.98 15.10 13.29 11.44
J171747.6+593257.8 J171747.56+593258.0 2MASX J17174751+5932581 Sy1 SIRTFFL_00 46 19.12 1.06 44 19.19 1.04 19.57 19.00 18.65
J171806.9+593313.1 J171806.84+593313.3 SDSS J171806.84+593313.4 Sy1 SIRTFFL_00 30 19.69 0.78 28 19.82 0.89 19.18 18.88 18.71
J171815.9+584613.6 J171815.96+584613.6 SDSS J171815.96+584613.6 QSO SIRTFFL_02 13 19.98 0.80 4 21.45 0.21 19.18 18.96 18.88
J171902.3+593715.4 J171902.28+593715.9 FLSVLA J171902.2+593715 SIRTFFL_00 47 17.98 0.75 46 18.09 0.83 17.59 17.43 17.12
J172033.4+585513.2 J172033.50+585513.3 SIRTFFL_02 37 20.12 0.80 0 - - 15.11 14.60 14.42
J172130.9+584405.0 J172130.96+584404.7 2MASS J17213085+5844047 QSO SIRTFFL_02 15 18.29 0.68 10 19.21 0.92 18.52 18.29 18.30
J181228.8+152105.7 1053-0313735 GI1_036037_NGC6574 10 20.31 0.65 0 - - 15.62 14.59 14.31
J181235.5+145334.1 1048-0322238 GI1_036037_NGC6574 3 19.63 0.92 0 - - 17.33 16.06 16.18
J194443.4-074959.5 0821-0718863 GI1_056028_Pal_11 11 19.85 0.76 0 - - 15.08 12.90 11.36
J194704.9-075446.1 0820-0711929 GI1_056028_Pal_11 7 19.56 1.43 0 - - 16.78 16.74 16.32
J203922.4-010346.0 0889-0580618 GI1_043001_AE_AQR 19 16.88 0.81 10 19.05 2.64 14.54 14.04 13.39
J203958.8-010714.3 J203958.85-010714.5 GI1_043001_AE_AQR 19 18.43 1.20 1 22.28 - 15.24 14.92 14.80
J204024.3-010950.0 J204024.29-010950.6 GI1_043001_AE_AQR 15 19.06 0.72 3 21.18 1.10 16.30 16.11 16.05
J204042.8-003717.3 J204042.82-003717.6 GI1_043001_AE_AQR 5 20.28 0.72 1 22.29 - 18.06 17.90 17.83
J204114.7-005220.9 J204114.79-005221.1 GI1_043001_AE_AQR 19 19.59 1.38 0 - - 16.88 16.57 16.41
J213856.4-240234.6 0659-0867201 MSJ2137 34 19.19 1.51 7 22.25 1.17 17.50 16.07 15.83
J214038.1-233642.7 0663-0892167 MSJ2137 11 20.12 0.81 8 22.01 1.88 18.79 17.69 17.28
J214141.4-240148.5 0659-0867798 MSJ2137 68 19.55 0.84 0 - - 13.29 12.30 11.46
J214909.5-050558.6 0849-0607724 CNOC2_00 26 18.67 2.28 7 19.63 3.70 17.29 16.89 16.50
J214956.3-045728.1 0850-0614707 CNOC2_00 11 19.69 0.73 5 22.74 0.98 17.06 16.40 16.44
J215051.4-050910.6 0848-0624622 CNOC2_00 35 19.42 0.83 35 19.37 0.89 17.91 16.54 17.27
J215111.0-051034.3 0848-0624715 CNOC2_00 26 20.29 0.63 14 20.69 0.63 17.41 16.86 16.78
J215138.8-052244.5 0846-0629170 CNOC2_00 34 19.95 0.99 30 20.88 0.88 20.93 20.21 -
J221324.8-180932.9 0718-1012212 CFHTLSD4 35 20.28 0.72 6 22.07 0.97 19.99 11.75 16.81
J221336.0-180530.8 0719-1075855 CFHTLSD4 27 20.19 0.72 27 20.80 0.92 19.10 19.43 18.42
J221418.0-182303.1 0716-0886931 CFHTLSD4 15 19.42 0.73 12 19.31 1.05 17.17 17.88 17.37
J221423.5-180651.4 0718-1012450 CFHTLSD4 46 20.31 0.64 38 21.53 0.90 18.58 19.79 18.50
J221426.9-174737.9 0722-1182066 CFHTLSD4 4 19.17 1.74 4 19.79 2.33 17.33 14.81 14.52
J221432.7-180159.8 0719-1076099 CFHTLSD4 49 19.73 1.09 41 20.79 1.14 19.15 19.40 -
J221437.9-175807.3 0720-1145843 CFHTLSD4 51 20.05 0.91 45 20.45 1.25 19.20 20.28 18.92
J221444.8-182639.3 0715-0850015 CFHTLSD4 46 20.00 0.96 16 21.91 1.88 16.85 17.88 18.23
J221446.0-182322.8 0716-0887044 1RXS J221446.5-182315 X CFHTLSD4 7 19.21 0.81 5 19.56 1.41 18.53 18.05 18.09
J221519.9-172408.6 0725-1153436 CFHTLSD4 46 20.14 0.61 41 21.14 1.10 18.95 18.42 18.69
J221559.8-182503.6 0715-0850300 1RXS J221559.5-182504 X CFHTLSD4 48 18.09 0.64 41 20.78 1.72 12.15 11.37 10.54
J221625.8-182135.6 0716-0887449 CFHTLSD4 40 20.22 0.76 34 21.07 1.37 19.90 20.36 -
J221641.6-173252.2 0724-1157703 CFHTLSD4 45 19.77 0.77 40 20.08 0.97 - 19.33 18.80
J223518.3+134008.5 J223518.33+134008.2 QSO B2232+1324 QSO CCS_Q2233 27 20.03 0.76 3 23.33 0.45 19.06 18.83 18.79
J223601.0+134711.5 J223601.09+134711.1 CCS_Q2233 27 19.16 0.91 14 22.03 1.35 15.98 15.90 15.91
J224029.0+120056.3 1020-0738869 CCS_DSF2237 19 17.56 0.85 19 19.69 2.70 15.73 14.59 14.37
J224143.6+115326.2 1018-0688549 CCS_DSF2237 14 17.08 1.27 12 20.03 3.38 14.27 14.18 13.91
J225334.9-394830.4 0501-0831641 EISD1AB 32 20.01 0.92 32 20.76 1.74 20.16 19.55 18.58
J225439.0-395240.8 0501-0831843 EISD1AB 24 19.83 0.67 24 20.83 1.19 20.02 19.87 18.58
J234959.3-434817.8 0461-0761490 QSOHE2347 22 17.09 0.86 10 20.89 0.97 14.21 13.57 12.77
J235249.2-104826.7 J235249.14-104828.4 SDSS J235249.14-104828.4 QSO UVE_A2670 5 20.15 0.67 0 - - 19.23 19.08 18.88

Note. – PQ in Column 4 denotes a ’possible quasar’ determined from GALEX and SDSS photometry, as described in the text

Table 2: The GALEX Ultraviolet Variability Catalog
SDSS
J105622.28+570521.9
J105513.80+564747.5
J164939.82+345819.0
J164828.07+344847.7
J100133.25+014328.5
J104844.20+581538.6
J171753.63+594827.0
J223601.09+134711.1
J103759.47+581212.7
J102641.84+572858.4
J103720.93+591653.5
J104803.05+554210.0
J081226.37+033320.1
J104707.59+053349.2
J105130.92+043801.5
J105044.46+045115.7
J171008.92+585113.2
J171250.85+582748.3
J203958.85-010714.5
J204024.29-010950.6
J141949.62+530554.7
J163533.86+410649.6
J163827.82+411142.1
J160857.87+524151.3
J160902.80+524224.3
J161503.00+563006.8
J163017.46+405425.7
J160713.78+555132.5
J161129.86+534345.8
J160324.93+561258.5
J160542.07+564849.3
J163952.76+420951.7
J160759.92+535210.1
J155800.64+535233.6
J120136.95-033328.5
J143823.99+635329.6
Table 3: Probable RR Lyrae and Short Period Variables

Footnotes

  1. affiliation: Experimental Astrophysics Group, Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, 7 Gauss Way, Berkeley, CA 94720; wheat@ssl.berkeley.edu, bwelsh@ssl.berkeley.edu, seb@ssl.berkeley.edu
  2. affiliation: Experimental Astrophysics Group, Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, 7 Gauss Way, Berkeley, CA 94720; wheat@ssl.berkeley.edu, bwelsh@ssl.berkeley.edu, seb@ssl.berkeley.edu
  3. affiliation: Experimental Astrophysics Group, Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, 7 Gauss Way, Berkeley, CA 94720; wheat@ssl.berkeley.edu, bwelsh@ssl.berkeley.edu, seb@ssl.berkeley.edu

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