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Resource Record Summary

Catalog Service:
The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database NED names for the object

Short name: NED_names
IVOA Identifier: ivo://ned.ipac/NED_Names_for_Object
Publisher: The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Databaseivo://ned.ipac/NED[Pub. ID]
More Info: http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/help/objresult_help.html
VO Compliance: Level 2: This is a VO-compliant resource.
Status: active
Registered: 2005 Oct 14 02:06:57Z
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Description


NED service to retrieve Cross-IDs for a named object: The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED) provides a comprehensive fusion of multi-wavelength data for hundreds of millions of objects located beyond the Milky Way galaxy. This service retrieves the names of sources which have been cross-identified with the named object. NED is built around a master list of extragalactic objects, for which multi-wavelength cross-identifications have been established. Cross-identifications are based on a statistical, rule-based cross-matching algorithm that matches names, positions, redshifts, and other relevant data to objects already in NED. These matches are also vetted by human experts on the NED staff.

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About the Resource Providers

This section describes who is responsible for this resource

Publisher: The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Databaseivo://ned.ipac/NED[Pub. ID]

Creator: Contributor:

Contact Information:
X Olga Pevunova
Email: olga at ipac.caltech.edu

Status of This Resource

This section provides some status information: the resource version, availability, and relevant dates.

Version: n/a
Availability: This is an active resource.
  • This service apparently provides only public data

This resource was registered on: 2005 Oct 14 02:06:57Z
This resource description was last updated on: 2017 Jun 22 16:42:41Z

What This Resource is About

This section describes what the resource is, what it contains, and how it might be relevant.

Resource Class: CatalogService
This resource is a service that provides access to catalog data. You can extract data from the catalog by issuing a query, and the matching data is returned as a table.
Resource type keywords:
  • Archive
  • Catalog
  • Survey
  • Bibliography
  • Journal
  • Education
  • Outreach
  • EPOResource
  • BasicData
  • Historical
Subject keywords:
  • EXTRAGALACTIC OBJECTS
  • EXTRAGALACTIC RADIO SOURCES
  • GALAXIES
  • QUASARS
Intended audience or use:
  • University: This resource provides information appropriate for use in university education.
  • Research: This resource provides information appropriate for supporting scientific research.
  • Amateur: This resource provides information of interest to amateur astronomers.
More Info: http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/help/objresult_help.html

Data Coverage Information

This section describes the data's coverage over the sky, frequency, and time.

Reference Coordinate System: UTC-ICRS-TOPOXXivo://STClib/CoordSys#UTC-ICRS-TOPO[Res. ID]

Sky Coverage: Regions covered:

  • All-sky: The data from this resource is distributed over the entire sky.

Wavebands covered:

  • Radio
  • Millimeter
  • Infrared
  • Optical
  • UV
  • EUV
  • X-ray
  • Gamma-ray

Available Service Interfaces

Custom Service

This is service that does not comply with any IVOA standard but instead provides access to special capabilities specific to this resource.

VO Compliance: Level 2: This is a VO-compliant resource.
Available endpoints for this service interface:
  • URL-based interface: http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/cgi-bin/objsearch?objname=n2&of=xml_names&
    • This interface supports the following arguments:
      of [required]
      Output Format = nednames
      Value Type: string
      objname [required]
      Name of object
      Value Type: string


Developed with the support of the National Science Foundation
under Cooperative Agreement AST0122449 with the Johns Hopkins University
The NAVO project is a member of the International Virtual Observatory Alliance

This NAVO Application is hosted by the Space Telescope Science Institute

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