Data Available in CSDR2
Here you will find the second public data release (CSDR2) from the
Catalina Surveys that consists of all photometry from seven years of photometry taken with the the
This data release encompasses the photometry for 500 million objects (~40 billion measurements) with
V magnitudes between 11.5
and 21.5 from an area of 33,000 square degrees.
Catalina photometry covers objects in the range
-75° < Dec < 70°
and |b| > ~15° with the number of observation
epochs at each location is as shown above (see FAQ).
Catalina images will be available in the third data release.
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If you download and make use of these data in a publication,
we request that you inform us via
including the name of the journal, authors, and publication status.
This will allow us to keep track of the impact of our work and also
inform you of any significant changes that might effect your work.
We request that you adhere to proper scientific
attribution methods whenever using Catalina Surveys data.
A list of the publications using Catalia Surveys data is given
Organiszation of the data base follows this
What you should understand about the data.
Disclaimer, Conditions, and Limitations
This data is supplied with the intent of maximizing scientific utility.
Although we have attempted to verify the integtrity of the data, users
should be cautious with interpetration of measurements (as outlined in
the FAQ). Wherever possible and appropriate, discoveries made using this
data should cite the Catalina Surveys ID given by the services.
This data is not being supplied by a data center. Therefore, we must
limit queries by single users so that all users can benefit.
Users wishing to run scripts with very large number of queries, or
produce external services linking to the data, must contact us before