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Table 3.

Optically variable sources in the sample.

Field Source ID RA J2000 (deg) Dec J2000 (deg) Avg r(AB) mag (mag) ltc rms (mag) Percentile Redshift Stellarity Classification
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)
CDF-S3 1 52.8213 −29.0572 20.81 0.04 95 0.18 0.02 0
CDF-S3 2 51.7462 −29.0533 20.06 0.08 98 0.67 3
CDF-S3 3 51.8300 −29.0521 21.30 0.06 98 0.28 0.02 0
CDF-S3 4 52.3881 −29.0526 22.90 0.09 96 0.88 0.14 0
CDF-S3 5 52.3712 −29.0525 21.94 0.12 99 1.77 0.77 6
CDF-S3 6 52.4138 −29.0521 22.53 0.06 95 0.30 0
CDF-S3 7 52.6589 −29.0492 17.26 0.09 99 0.93 −1
CDF-S3 8 51.7250 −29.0450 22.66 0.08 96 0.56 6
CDF-S3 9 51.9282 −29.0447 21.69 0.08 98 1.90 0.72 6
CDF-S3 10 52.6606 −29.0445 22.05 0.08 98 2.04 0.75 1
CDF-S3 11 52.3498 −29.0438 22.57 0.07 96 0.55 0.11 0
CDF-S3 12 52.3691 −29.0427 20.52 0.09 99 0.91 −1
CDF-S3 13 51.8301 −29.0394 22.45 0.06 96 0.48 0.04 0
CDF-S3 14 51.8361 −29.0337 21.69 0.04 96 0.43 0.02 0
CDF-S3 15 51.8390 −29.0249 22.45 0.07 97 0.45 0.03 0
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
CDF-S4 1 52.8496 −29.0539 22.61 0.07 95 0.54 0.14 0
CDF-S4 2 52.9218 −29.0454 18.07 0.09 99 0.89 −1
CDF-S4 3 53.9131 −29.0422 17.17 0.03 95 0.92 −1
CDF-S4 4 52.9117 −29.0423 22.15 0.07 97 0.47 0.05 0
CDF-S4 5 53.4666 −29.0399 21.00 0.06 97 1.68 0.95 6
CDF-S4 6 53.7648 −29.0295 22.63 0.07 95 0.48 0.20 0
CDF-S4 7 53.6739 −29.0263 22.76 0.16 99 1.36 0.62 6
CDF-S4 8 53.7325 −29.0256 21.84 0.10 99 0.45 1
CDF-S4 9 53.8208 −29.0240 22.93 0.09 96 0.81 0.07 0
CDF-S4 10 53.1027 −29.0238 19.87 0.05 98 0.03 0
CDF-S4 11 53.8504 −29.0109 22.58 0.12 99 0.67 0.69 0
CDF-S4 12 53.9605 −29.0029 20.86 0.04 96 0.33 0.02 0
CDF-S4 13 53.7986 −29.0082 22.58 0.10 98 0.58 6
CDF-S4 14 53.9548 −29.0031 21.30 0.06 98 0.85 4
CDF-S4 15 53.4613 −29.0008 22.68 0.08 95 0.09 0
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Notes. Column meanings: (1): field; (2): identification number; (3) and (4): right ascension and declination (J2000); (5): average VST r(AB) magnitude; (6): rms of the light curve; (7): percentile: the number indicates that the σlc of the source is above the threshold of the corresponding percentile; (8): spectroscopic redshift: when available, from SERVS-SWIRE (see http://www.mattiavaccari.net/df/specz/ for more information, Vaccari 2015); (9): SExtractor stellarity index; (10) classification of the source, corresponding to the sum of the following indices: −2 = confirmed supernova; −1 = star from NIR/optical diagnostic; 0 = no available classification; 1 = AGN from MIR diagnostic, Lacy region; 2 = AGN from MIR diagnostic, Stern region; 3 = AGN from MIR diagnostic, Donley region. This table is available in its entirety at the CDS.

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