Currently only CSS data is current available.
Additional data will be released in CSDR2.
For access to other Catalina data please contact us.
This parameter is not required to obtain data. If it is given the objects will be phase folded to the input period (in days). If not given a Lomb-Scargle period finding algorthim will be used to find periodic features. The five best periods will be returned.
Plots of the lightcurves can be display and manipulated for a limited sample of objects.
The output of the query is returned to either a webpage (html) or a comma separated ascii file (csv).
This service is solely provided for the investigation astronomical sources monitored CSS project and is provided by CRTS. The service provides source photometry derived from the SExtractor photometry package. CSS images are all taken unfiltered. Magnitudes provide here are in V-band. Rough transformation and photometric calibration is based on a few 10's to 100's stars within each frame. Contact CRTS members for further details to photometry.