SAGE-Spec ID Search Definitions
SAGE-Spectroscopy: The life-cycle of dust and gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud (SAGE-Spec) is the spectroscopic follow-up to the SAGE-LMC Spitzer Legacy program that mapped the LMC with IRAC and MIPS. The acronym SAGE stands for Surveying the Agents of Galaxy Evolution, and thus the project aims to make an inventory of the budget of gas and dust involved in the life-cycle of matter in the Magellanic Clouds.
The SAGE-Spec ID number (SSID) is a unique identifier for each target. SAGE-Spec IRS point sources are labelled with numbers 1-197 in order of increasing RA. Archival sources have SSID numbers 1000+. MIPS-SED sources have SSID 600-660. This catalog was created to allow users to search on SSID number; for searches by coordinates or object name, please use IRSA's Atlas service. For more details, see the data delivery documentation.
SAGE-Spec ID Search Column Descriptions
Gator serves the SAGE-Spec ID Search catalog (10 columns, 1952 data rows).