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2. Photometry 
 Catalogs  and  photometric systems
General Catalogue of Photometric Data at the Univeristy of Lausanne (with a description of different photometric systems) photoelectric photometry of all observed stars (not only standard) in all used photometric systems
The Asiago Database on Photometric Systems (ADPS). I. Census  parameters for 167 photometric systems.
Moro & Munari (2000)
photometric  systems description and intercomparison
The Sternberg Astronomical Institute WBVR catalog  (Kornilov et al. 1991, Trudy Sternberg. Inst., v.63)
Catalog  Remarks
13500 stars brighter than 7.2 mag. north of Decl. -15 degr.
The Asiago Database on Photometric Systems (ADPS). II. Band and reddening parameters.
Fiorucci & Munari (2003)
basic information and reference data on 201 photometric systems
 Johnson-Cousins photometric system
Landolt Standards
Landolt (1979, 1983a,1983b,1992a,1992b)
Johnson-Cousins UBVRI standard stars
UBVRI Photometric Standard Stars around the Sky at -50° Declination
Landolt (2007)
109 Johnson-Cousins UBVRI standard stars 10.4 < V < 15.5
Optical Multicolor Photometry of Spectrophotometric Standard Stars
Landolt & Uomoto (2007)
31 Johnson-Cousins UBVRI standard stars 9.4 < V < 16.1
UBVRI-CCD standard stars in the neighbourhood of Landolt standard stars(data)
Galadi-Enriquez et al. (2000)

681 secondary standard stars with 9.7 < V < 19.4

Supplementary southern standards for UBV(RI)c photometry
Kilkenny et al. (1998)
80 stars with 6.9 < V < 11.8
UBVRI standard stars at northern declinations
Oja (1996)
123 stars with 6 < V < 11
UBV(RI)c observations of Johnson's standard sequence in IC 4665
Menzies & Marang (1996)
39 stars with 6.8 < V < 11.5
UBV(RI)c photometry of equatorial standard stars
Menzies et al. (1991)
212 stars  from Landolt's list
Southern UBV standard stars
Kozok (1985)
81 stars with 4 < V < 10.2
An all-sky set of BVR photometric calibrators for Schmidt surveys. GSPC2.1: First release.
Bucciarelly et al. (2001)
622 CCD photometric sequences  with  V < 19
Stromgren system  
Standard stars for uvby photometry
Crawford & Barnes (1970)
 304 bright stars
Four-colour and H-beta photometry of A5 to G0 stars brighter than 8.3-mag.
Olsen (1983)
 92 bright stars (Table VI)
A catalog of bright UVBY beta standard stars
Perry et al. (1987)
all-sky catalog of bright standard stars and references to photometric data
Four-color and H-beta photometry near SA 57
Crawford & Perry (1989)
37 stars with 4.3 < V < 9.6
Secondary standard stars for uvby-beta CCD photometry
Clausen et al. (1997)
73 B, A, F, G southern stars with 8.2 < V < 10.9
Stromgren and H-beta photometry of O and B stars in star froming regions
Kaltcheva et al. (1999)
36 stars with 4.2 < V < 6.5
Vilnius photometric system  
Photoelectric Photometry in Vilnius system
Straizys et al. (1989)
4849 stars in the Vilnius PXYZVS system
The southern Vilnius photometric system I, II,III,IV
Forbes et al. (1993, 1994,1997),Zdanavicius et al. (1997)
about 200 stars
UBVR and UPXYZVS sequences of standard stars for the MEGA program fields along the main meridian of the Galaxy
Andruk et al. (1996)
1141 stars
Color indices of the Sun in the Vilnius and the UBV systems
Strayzis & Valiaugas (1994)
Sun photometry
Washington photometric system
Passbands and theoretical colors for the Washington system
Bessell (2001)
61 stars with 5.6 < V < 13.5
Washington CCD standard fields
Geisler (1992)
22 stars 11 < T1 < 13.8
The Washington system - Photometric properties and standard stars
Harris & Canterna (1979)
79 stars V < 12
Walraven photometric system
Walraven VBLUW photometry standard star list
Lub & Pel (2001)
~2000 standards
The SDSS u'g'r'i'z' photometric system
The u'g'r'i'z' standard-star system
Smith et al. (2002)
158 stars with 8.8 < V < 14.7
Secondary Standard Stars for the u'g'r'i'z' Photometric System
Clem et al. (2007)
Secondary standard stars in 7 open and globular clusters
Infrared region  
Faint JHK standard stars in the Mauna Kea Observatories system
Leggett et al. (2006)
115 stars 10 -15 mag
JHK standard stars for large telescopes: the UKIRT Fundamental and Extended lists
Hawarden et al. (2002)
86 stars 9.4 < K < 15
A New System of Faint Near-Infrared Standard Stars
Persson et al. (1998)
JHKKs, 65 stars 10 < K < 12
Infrared standard stars
Elias et al. (1982, erratum)
JHKL, H2O, Co standards
IR photometry of ESO calibration stars
Van Der Bliek et al. (1996)
Bouchet et al. (1991), Bersanelli et al. (1991)
1-20 microns
Northern JHK standard stars for array detectors
Hunt et al. (1998)
86  JHK  standards
JHKL photometry of 145 southern stars
Glass (1974)
145 standards
Faint southern JHKL standards
Carter (1990, 1995)
infrared standards
Absolute calibration of photometry at 1 through 5 microns
Campins et al. (1985)
16 JHKLM solar-type standards
The AAO JHKL-prime photometric standards
Allen & Cragg (1983)
southern 1.5<K<6 standards
IR observations of southern bright stars
Engels et al. (1981)
infrared standards at ESO
Photometric standard stars for L' and M filter bands
Sinton & Tittemore (1984)
41 L' M  standards
IRTF photometric catalogs infrared standards at the NASA IRTF
Infrared standards for ISO. I. A new calibration of mid infrared photometry
Hammersley et al. (1998)
30 N, 8.7, 9.8, 12.5, and Q-band  standards
Spectral irradiance calibration in the infrared. X. A self-consistent radiometric all-sky network of absolutely calibrated stellar spectra
Cohen et al. (1999)
>100 JHKLL' M  standards

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