OGLE δ Scuti stars Database Query Page

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Parameter Target: Choose OGLE observations region: BLG - Galactic bulge GD - Galactic DiskField type/Main Target of observations ?
Parameter ID: e.g. OGLE-BLG-DSCT-00004, OGLE-GD-DSCT-0143 May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'OGLE-BLG-DSCT-00100, OGLE-GD-DCST-0101'.Catalog designation ?
Star Type
  Parameter RA: RA format is: HH:MM:SS or H.HHHHH specify a range of values eg. 6:00:00 6:10:00 or a circle by giving the radius in arcsec, and providing RA and DEC eg. 6:04:40 r60 8:34:32 (equinox J2000.0)Right Ascension (J2000) ?
  Parameter Decl: DEC format is: ±DD:MM:SS or ±D.DDDDD specify a range of values eg. 5:30:00 5:45:00 or a circle by giving the radius in arcsec, and providing RA and DEC eg. 6:04:40 r60 8:34:32 (equinox J2000.0)Declination (J2000) ?
  Parameter I: Intensity mean I-band magnitude (typically between 12 and 19 mag)Mean I-band magnitude ?
  Parameter V: Intensity mean V-band magnitude (typically between 13 and 22 mag)Mean V-band magnitude ?
  Parameter V_I: this is difference between V and I columns typically between -1 and 3 mag(V-I) color ?
  Parameter P_1: Primary period (in days)Period ?
  Uncertainty of the period
  Time of max. brightness (HJD-2450000)
  Parameter A_1: I-band amplitude (maximum-minimum)I-band amplitude ?
  Parameter R21_1: one of the shape parameters for the light-curve of the first pulsation mode (the main period) R21 = C2 / C1 where Ci are semi-amplitudes in fourier decompsition: I = C0 + Cicos[ω1(T-T0) + φi]Fourier coeff. R21 ?
  Parameter phi21_1: one of the shape parameters for the light-curve of the first pulsation mode (the main period) φ21 = φ2 - 2 φ1 where φi are phases in fourier decompsition: I = C0 + Cicos[ω1(T-T0) + φi]Fourier coeff. φ21 ?
  Parameter R31_1: one of the shape parameters for the light-curve of the first pulsation mode (the main period) R31 = C3 / C1 where Ci are semi-amplitudes in fourier decompsition: I = C0 + Cicos[ω1(T-T0) + φi]Fourier coeff. R31 ?
  Parameter phi31_1: one of the shape parameters for the light-curve of the first pulsation mode (the main period) φ31 = φ3 - 3 φ1 where φi are phases in fourier decompsition: I = C0 + Cicos[ω1(T-T0) + φi]Fourier coeff. φ31 ?
  Secondary period
  Uncertainty of the secondary period
  Time of max. brightness of the sec. periodicity
  I-band amplitude of the sec. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. R21 of the sec. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. φ21 of the sec. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. R31 of the sec. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. φ31 of the sec. periodicity
  Tertiary period
  Uncertainty of the tertiary period
  Time of max. brightness of the tert. periodicity
  I-band amplitude of the tert. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. R21 of the tert. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. φ21 of the tert. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. R31 of the tert. periodicity
  Fourier coeff. φ31 of the tert. periodicity
Parameter ID_OGLE_II: e.g. BUL_SC2_567923 OGLE-II field name joined with database star number using '_' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'BUL_SC33_257667, BUL_SC27_466441'.Identification: OGLE-II ?
Parameter ID_OGLE_III: e.g. CAR104.5.38524 OGLE-III field name joined with database star number using '.' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'BLG363.1.131, CEN106.6.8162, CAR110.2.13035'.Identification: OGLE-III ?
Parameter ID_OGLE_IV: e.g. GD1356.20.1356 OGLE-IV field name joined with database star number using '.' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'GD1376.04.15727, BLG617.23.129084'.Identification: OGLE-IV ?
Parameter ID_OTHER: Other designation (from GCVS, OGLE-I, MACHO, ASAS-SN) e.g. V1790 Oph May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'OGLE BW9 V79, ASASSN-V J094556.82-595041.9, ZTF J165937.42-203454.9'.Identification: OTHER ?
Parameter REMARKS: e.g. 'additional' the string is auto-embedded in wildcards: '*string*' unless it contains user-supplied wildcard(s). Wildcards are: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'amplitude, eclipsing, uncertain, variable'.Remarks ?
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Pietrukowicz et al., 2020, Acta Astron., 70, 241 (delta Scuti stars towards Galactic bulge) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2021, arXiv:2111.03072 (δ Sct stars in the Milky Way) paper overview

Data in the OGLE δ Scuti stars database come from the On-line Data Download site for: BLG GD