OBJECTID = The Mission Target List name. The names are common to the HUT, UIT and WUPPE instruments.
PTG-ID = A 6 digit number representing the object identification number which was assigned during Astro1 mission. Each shuttle pointing had a unique Pointing ID number.
P = Indicates which Astro-1 instrument was prime (H=HUT, W=WUPPE, U=UIT).
SP/TYPE = Spectral Type/Object Type
EXP = Total Useable Exposure time (seconds)
PQ = Polarization Quality (G=Good,F=Fair,P=Poor,N=None)
PP = Polarization Result Possibility * (?G=Good,?F=Fair,?P=Poor,N=None) * assuming a Lyot instrumental polarization calibration is done
FQ = Flux Quality (G=Good,F=Fair,P=Poor,N=None)
POL = Mean %Polarization over the entire wavelength region.
ERROR = Mean %Error
PA = Mean Position Angle (degrees)
A = Aperture Used (Ap 1 = 40 arcsec("); Ap 2 = 4.2" ;Ap 6 = 3x12"; Ap 7 = 3x50" ; Ap 8 = 6x12")
I = Image Motion Control (IMC) (0=OFF, 1=ON, 2=Out of Limits)
DAY = Observed during the day and/or night.
R = Publication Reference.
JD = Julian Date - 2,448,200 of the start of the observation.
METSTART = Mission Elapsed Time (MET) of the start of the observation, where the launch day (MET=0/00:00) occurred in 1990, day 336/06:49:01.
GMTSTART = GMT start time.
TIME = Time of Observation (mm:ss)
RA = Right Ascension (1950) in degrees.
DEC = Declination (1950) in degrees.
DAYOBS = Date of observation (mmddyy)
REMARKS = Remarks about observation/reduction