If you have used CADC facilities for your research, please include the following
acknowledgment: This research used the facilities of the Canadian Astronomy Data
Centre operated by the National Research Council of Canada with the support of the
Canadian Space Agency.
Most "fields" in the query form consist of three parts: a label,
a check box, and a text box or selection box. First, enter any parameters
in the appropriate text boxes or select desired options in the selection
boxes. The more entries you make, the more restrictive is your search
of the database.
To include a field in the resulting tabular output from the submitted
query, click on the check box beside that field. Several of these
are selected by default. "Deselect" the check box if you do not
want these items listed in the output.
After submitting your query, a table of returned records is produced
(assuming the search was successful).
Dates can be specified in several formats. Examples include
"MM/DD/YY" or "Day Month Year". If a range is desired, two dates
can be separated by two single dots (..). For example, to select
all meeting that started between the 1st of January and the 5th
of February 2007 you could enter :