User Specified Search Field

You may now search on any column in the mission database. Select the field you wish to search on and type in the qualification. NOTE that if you choose a field in BOTH the form and in the User Option field, then you may not get results or the result you expect.

In the table below is a list of all the column names available for search. Where reasonable a range or set of valid values is listed. Additional useful notes are included. If you click on the field name, a more detailed description of the data will be found. The column label is used in the search forms and search results. The column name needs to be specified for GET requests.

Column Name Column Label Data Type Valid Values Notes UCDs
fes_data_set_name Data ID char e.g.: C1010301000, B0300101000, Z9104301000; Also accepted are values like C1010301, B0300101, and Z9104301; Uniquely identifies an observation.; First four characters are the proposal ID, next 2 indicate a target, next 2 indicate the "visit" ID_MAIN
fes_archive_class Archive Class char FUS DADS archive class DATA_TYPE
fes_targname Target Name char Examples: HD115071, SK-68D135, PG0749+658, LINEAR-2000WM1-22 Target name (uppercase); No spaces in names ID_TARGET
fes_ra_targ RA (J2000) double Range: 0 to 360 deg Right Ascension (J2000) POS_EQ_RA_MAIN
fes_dec_targ Dec (J2000) double Range: -90 to +90 deg Declination (J2000) POS_EQ_DEC_MAIN
fes_objclass Category long Range: 0-99 href="" Modified IUE Classification System Also called Object CLass. CLASS_CODE
fes_reference Ref long null, 1, or more The number of known literature references associated with the listed proposal ID (HST) or data set name. REFER_CODE
fes_generation_date Generation Date char Jan 18 2000 to present Date data was processed (in UT) TIME_DATE
fes_obsend End Time char Range: Sep 23 1999 to present Date and time of the end of the observation (in UT) TIME_DATE
fes_obsstart Start Time char Sep 22 1999 to present Observation start time TIME_DATE
fes_obstime Exp Time float Range: 58 to 156,614 seconds as of 3/20/06 Length of exposure after screening TIME_EXPTIME
fes_rawtime Raw Time float Range: 57 to 240,144.1 seconds as of 3/20/06 Total duration of exposure TIME_EXPTIME
fes_prgrm_id Program ID char Examples A001,B022,C052 Program ID; Initial letter indicates type of program.; A = First cycle, ; B= Second cycle ...; P = PI program; Q=French PI program; X = Early Release; I= In Orbit Checkout; M=Calibration; S=Science Verification; Z=Directors Discretionary; Z9 = all goes public OBS_ID
fes_aperture Aperture char HIRS, LWRS, MDRS, RFPT Aperture, The three apertures supported are the ; LWRS (30"x30"; 100% throughput), ; MDRS (4"x20"; 98% throughput) and ; HIRS (1.25"x20"; 85% throughput) ; RFPT (reference point) Light from target in target colum is not entering the spectrograph INST_APERT
fes_archive_date Archive Date char Range: Jan 18 2000 to present Date written to archive (in UT) TIME_DATE
fes_release_date Release Date char Feb 23 2000 to 6 months from present Release Date. Nominal proprietary period of 6 months which may be shortend or lengthened. Date given in UT. TIME_DATE
fes_targ_id Object ID char Examples 01, 45, 84 Target ID from header ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_obs_id OBS ID char Examples 01, 11, 36, 81 Observation ID from proposal database OBS_ID
fes_asn_id Association ID char e.g. A1062121000, S6013501000 Association ID (Same as Data ID or Observation ID) ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_aper_pa Aper Pos Angle float Range: 0 to 360 deg Positiion Angle of y axis (deg E of N) POS_POS-ANG
fes_bandwid Bandwidth float Range: 1 to 90 Angstroms Bandwidth INST_BANDWIDTH
fes_centrwv Cent Wavelength float Range: -1.5 to 1061 Angstroms Central Wavelength SPECT_WAVELENGTH_CENTRAL
fes_dateobs Observation Date char Sep 22 1999 to present Observation Date given in UT. TIME_DATE
fes_ebv EBV float Range: 0 to 1.4 E(B-V) color excess PHOT_COLOR_EXCESS
fes_elat Ecliptic Latitude float -90 to +90 deg Ecliptic Latitude POS_EC_LAT
fes_elong Ecliptic Longitude float 0 to 360 deg Ecliptic Longitude POS_EC_LON
fes_glat Galactic Latitude float Range: -90 to +90 deg Galactic Latitude POS_GAL_LAT
fes_glong Galactic Longitude float Range: 0 to 360 deg Galactic Longitude POS_GAL_LON
fes_high_pm High Proper Motion? char T, F Flags high proper motion objects ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_mov_targ Moving Target? char F, M Flags moving targets: F=fixed target ; M=moving target ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_obs_stat Obs Status long -999 to 2 (?) Science Data Processing observation status code(?) OBS_CONDITIONS
fes_pr_inv_f PI First Name char PI first name (uppercase); Use wild card ID_HUMAN
fes_pr_inv_l PI Last Name char PI last name (uppercase); Use wild card ID_HUMAN
fes_scobs_id SCOBS ID char Range: 01 to 81 Observation ID from Image Header OBS_ID
fes_sp_type Spectral Type char Examples: B5V, O6.5IIINF, LBV(B2.5IABE), BLEND Spectral type SPECT_TYPE
fes_src_type Source Type char EC, EE, PC, PE Source type. P=Point, E=Extended, C=Continuum, E=Emission line ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_targtype Target Type char not used not used ID_IDENTIFIER
fes_telescop Telescope char FUSE Telescope INST_ID
fes_vmag V Mag float -2.5 to 25 Visual magnitude PHOT_MAG-V
fes_wavemax Max Wave float Range: -1 to 1106 Angstroms Max Wavelength SPEC_WAVELENGTH
fes_wavemin Min Wave float Range: -2 to 1106 Angstroms Min Wavelength SPEC_WAVELENGTH
fes_z Radial Velocity float Range: -241 to 6050 Radial Velocity: Values are GO provided and may be either Z values OR km/sec! VELOC_LSR
fes_instmode Inst Mode char TTAG, HIST Instrument Mode: TTAG for event rates less than 2500 counts/sec; HIST for rates greater than 2500 counts/sec INST_SETUP
fp_data_set_name Preview Name char Preview name ID_DATA
fr_hlsp High-Level Science Product long null, 1 - 7 as of 3/21/06 Number of known high level science products
fs_baddata_flag Bad Data Flag char Y = bad (no voltage), N = good (voltage okay) Images flagged as bad because the detector voltage was down during the entire exposure.
fs_expcnt Number of Exposures long Range: 1 to 85 Number of exposures that make up this observation