Description Usage Format Fields Source

The First Fermi-LAT Catalog of Sources Above 10 GeV (1FHL). Ackermann, M. et al., The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 209, 34 (2013). FITS Filename: gll_psch_v07.fit, released 29 July 2013.

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A data frame with 39 variables on 514 sources.

- Source_Name
1FHL JHHMM.m+DDMM, constructed according to IAU Specifications for Nomenclature; m is decimal minutes of R.A.; in the name R.A. and decl. are truncated at 0.1 decimal minutes and 1' , respectively

- RAJ2000
Right Ascension, J2000

- DEJ2000
Declination, J2000

- GLON
Galactic longitude, deg.

- GLAT
Galactic latitude, deg.

- Conf_95_SemiMajor
Long radius of error ellipse at 95% confidence level

- Conf_95_SemiMinor
Short radius of error ellipse at 95% confidence level

- Conf_95_PosAng
Position angle of the 95% long axis from celestial north, positive toward increasing RA (eastward)

- Signif_Avg
Source significance in sigma units (derived from TS)

- Pivot_Energy
Energy at which error on differential flux is minimal, in GeV

- Flux_Density
Differential flux at Pivot_Energy, cm^-2 GeV^-1 s^-1

- Unc_Flux_Density
1 sigma error on differential flux at Pivot_Energy, cm^-2 GeV^-1 s^-1

- Spectral_Index
Best fit photon number power-law index

- Unc_Spectral_Index
1 sigma error on Spectral_Index

- Flux
Integral photon flux from 10 to 500 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Unc_Flux
1 sigma error on integral photon flux from 10 to 500 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Energy_Flux
Energy flux from 10 to 500 GeV obtained by spectral fitting, erg cm^-2 s^-1

- Unc_Energy_Flux
1 sigma error on energy flux from 10 to 500 GeV, erg cm^-2 s^-1

- Flux10_30GeV
Integral flux from 10 to 30 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Unc_Flux10_30GeV.1
(lower) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 10 to 30 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1, set to NaN if 1 sigma interval contains 0

- Unc_Flux10_30GeV.2
(upper) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 10 to 30 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Sqrt_TS10_30GeV
Square root of Test Statistic between 10 and 30 GeV

- Flux30_100GeV
Integral flux from 30 to 100 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Unc_Flux30_100GeV.1
(lower) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 30 to 100 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1, set to NaN if 1 sigma interval contains 0

- Unc_Flux30_100GeV.2
(upper) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 30 to 100 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Sqrt_TS30_100GeV
Square root of Test Statistic between 30 and 100 GeV

- Flux100_500GeV
Integral flux from 100 to 500 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Unc_Flux100_500GeV.1
(lower) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 100 to 500 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1, set to NaN if 1 sigma interval contains 0

- Unc_Flux100_500GeV.2
(upper) 1 sigma error on integral flux from 100 to 500 GeV, cm^-2 s^-1

- Sqrt_TS100_500GeV
Square root of Test Statistic between 100 and 500 GeV

- Variability_BayesBlocks
Number of Bayesian Blocks found (1 for non-variable)

- Extended_Source_Name
Cross-reference to the Extended Sources extension for extended sources, if any

- ASSOC_GAM
Name of corresponding source in gamma-ray catalog, if any

- TEVCAT_FLAG
P if positional association with non-extended source in TeVCat, E if associated with an extended source in TeVCat, N if no TeV association

- ASSOC_TEV
Name of TeV association, if any

- CLASS1
Class designation for most likely association. Capital letters indicate firm identifications; lower-case letters indicate associations: Blazar of the BL Lac type (BZB), Blazar of the FSRQ type (BZQ), Active galaxy of uncertain type (AGU), Pulsar, identified by pulsations above 10 GeV (HPSR), Pulsar, identified by pulsations in LAT, excluding HPSR (PSR), Pulsar, no pulsations seen in LAT yet (psr), Supernova remnant (SNR), Pulsar wind nebula (PWN), Unclear whether SNR or PWN (spp), Radio galaxy (RDG), High-mass binary (HMB), Normal galaxy (GAL), Star forming region (SFR), LBV star (lbv), Unassociated source ( ).

- CLASS2
Class designation for alternate association, if any

- ASSOC1
Name of identified or most likely associated source

- ASSOC2
Name of alternate association, if any

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