TABLE  Match

records what objects in one run are re-observed in other runs.

When an object is missing in the second run we use the nearest object in the second run Misses are flag and colored as (green: well inside the overlap
  • green: well inside the overlap,
  • yellow: on the edge of the overlap
  • red: covered by a mask in the second run.

The match radius is 1 arcsecond (beyond that it is considered a miss.
The object also points to a canoncal 'match head' object of the cluster.

objID1bigint8  Unique ID of first object (points to photoObjAll)
objID2bigint8  Unique ID of matching object
run1smallint2  Run number of first object
run2smallint2  Run number of second object
type1Link to PhotoTypetinyint1  Object1 type (star, galaxy,..) .
type2Link to PhotoTypetinyint1  Object2 type (star, galaxy,..) .
mode1Link to PhotoModetinyint1  Object1 mode (primary,..) .
mode2Link to PhotoModetinyint1  Object1 mode (primary,..) .
distancefloat8arcminutes Distance between objects.
misschar1  Color: " " OK; bad ones: "G" green, "Y" yellow, "R" red
matchHeadbigint8  of canonical object for this bundle (points to photoObjAll and MatchHead)