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Data Bases

gcvs GCVS– General Catalogue of Variable Stars (INASAN+SAI MSU) General Catalogue of Variable Stars, GCVS,  is a source of verified information about reliably identified variable stars. The work on the creation of the General Catalog of Variable Stars (GCVS), started on behalf of the International Astronomical Union in 1946, and is carried out at the Institute of Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences jointly with the SAI MSU.
bdb BDB –  Binary star DataBase (INASAN) created in INASAN includes information on positional, photometric, spectral and physical parameters of binary and multiple stars of various types, obtained from astronomical catalogs and reviews.
vald VALD – Vienna Atomic Line Database (VALD) is a collection of atomic and molecular transition parameters of astronomical interest (INASAN+)
ads_logo ADS (Astrophysics Data System) -– the largest astronomical electronic library, which combines 4 bibliographic databases (astronomy and astrophysics, physics and geophysics, instruments and astronomical preprints). It contains about 2.9 million records (INASAN mirror).
vizier_icon VizieR – the most complete library of published astronomical catalogues –tables and associated data– with verified and enriched data, accessible via multiple interfaces. Currently, 18700 catalogues are available (INASAN mirror)