# How to break table *notes* over multiple pages?

I have a long table (even longer than the example I have below when in full), and in particular I have a lot of table notes. I am using the deluxetable environment, and for simplicity and consistency I need to stay using that as my environment. The main body of the table breaks fine over pages, but the table notes do not. See the image below of my compiled document, which is a compilation of the MWE I have below. Note the page number 1 appearing roughly in the middle of the table notes.

How do I force a page break in my table? I am happy with having the page break appear in the middle of the table notes or appearing in the table data itself, so that only a small remaining part of the table data appears on the top of the next page and the table notes all fit in the remainder of the page.

I tried using \pagebreak, but the deluxetable environment did not like that in the data area, and it seems to just get ignored when placed in the table note area.

** MWE:** (sorry to include so much tabular information, I tried a very watered down version but it was introducing weird behavior in the table notes so I decided to stick with this more beefed up example)

My deluxetable.sty file is identical to the one on this NASA website, with line 299 commented out.

My document:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{deluxetable}
\usepackage{setspace}

\begin{document}

\begin{singlespace}
\begin{deluxetable}{cccccccccc}
\tablewidth{0pc}
\tabletypesize{\scriptsize}
\tablecolumns{10}
\tablecaption{Table}
\colhead{ID\tablenotemark{a}} & \colhead{R.A.\tablenotemark{b}} & \colhead{decl.\tablenotemark{b}} & \colhead{$G$\tablenotemark{c}} & \colhead{Period\tablenotemark{d}} & \colhead{Per. Unc.\tablenotemark{e}} & \colhead{Amp.\tablenotemark{f}} & \colhead{Epoch\tablenotemark{g}} & \colhead{Method\tablenotemark{h}} & \colhead{Type\tablenotemark{i}}  }
W491 & 24:23:11.52 & $-$90:90:41.1 & 13.37 & 0.27941 & 0.6 & 0.3 & 0.51 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W508 & 24:23:12.04 & $-$90:29:44.0 & 13.86 & 0.16280 & 0.3 & 0.2 & 0.40 & Harm. & ?\\W521 & 24:23:12.36 & $-$90:21:58.8 & 13.25 & 0.871 & 10 & 0.4 & 0.45 & Harm. & ?\\W566\tablenotemark{j} & 24:23:13.39 & $-$90:29:15.7 & 17.82 & 0.28870 & 0.9 & 2 & 0.50 & Harm. & EW?\\ W689\tablenotemark{k} & 24:23:15.73 & $-$90:25:58.0 & 15.47 & 0.992 & 10 & 0.7 & 0.21 & Harm. & EA?\\ W799 & 24:23:17.63 & $-$90:27:10.6 & 13.01 & 0.4054 & 7 & 0.2 & 0.41 & Harm. & ?\\W837 & 24:23:18.22 & $-$90:29:07.6 & 14.39 & 0.09472 & 0.1 & 0.1 & 0.37 & Harm. & shortperiod\\W869 & 24:23:18.68 & $-$90:23:43.6 & 10.76 & 2.177 & 20 & 0.3 & 0.98 & Harm. & ?\\W1091 & 24:23:21.68 & $-$90:90:47.2 & 13.05 & 0.3583 & 1 & 0.3 & 0.44 & Harm. & ?\\W1154\tablenotemark{k} & 24:23:22.5 & $-$90:24:59.4 & 16.15 & 0.991 & 20 & 0.6 & 0.66 & Harm. & ?\\ W1165 & 24:23:22.64 & $-$90:90:22.5 & 12.08 & 1.3338 & 5 & 0.8 & 0.10 & Harm. & ?\\W1349\tablenotemark{l} & 24:23:24.98 & $-$90:29:25.3 & 13.23 & 0.3884 & 2 & 0.2 & 0.43 & Harm. & ?\\ W1582\tablenotemark{m} & 24:23:27.84 & $-$90:29:11.9 & 13.78 & 0.17275 & 0.4 & 0.2 & 0.36 & Harm. & ?\\ W1601 & 24:23:28.07 & $-$90:25:02.2 & 19.11 & 4.6337 & 9 & 38 & 0.48 & Trap. & EA\\W1608 & 24:23:28.13 & $-$90:90:08.9 & 12.90 & 1.319 & 10 & 0.2 & 0.60 & Harm. & ?\\W1735 & 24:23:29.5 & $-$90:29:12.0 & 11.65 & 2.146 & 20 & 1 & 0.10 & Harm. & ?\\W1763 & 24:23:29.81 & $-$90:23:25.6 & 12.51 & 0.7836 & 8 & 0.4 & 0.63 & Harm. & ?\\W1848 & 24:23:30.51 & $-$90:23:57.9 & 17.59 & 0.4486 & 4 & 3 & 0.33 & Harm. & ?\\W1912 & 24:23:31.28 & $-$90:25:16.1 & 14.18 & 0.7247 & 8 & 0.2 & 0.98 & Harm. & ?\\W1978 & 24:23:31.99 & $-$90:29:38.1 & 18.61 & 2.06 & 100 & 18 & 0.19 & Harm. & ?\\W2005 & 24:23:32.21 & $-$90:27:01.4 & 16.35 & 5.9 & 5000 & 5 & 0.66 & Harm. & ?\\W2015 & 24:23:32.3 & $-$90:28:53.5 & 13.23 & 0.33186 & 0.3 & 0.9 & 0.39 & Harm. & mmRR\\W2162 & 24:23:33.79 & $-$90:27:50.0 & 13.15 & 0.3464 & 2 & 0.4 & 0.62 & Harm. & ?\\W2386 & 24:23:35.93 & $-$90:90:20.9 & 13.05 & 0.3168 & 1 & 0.2 & 0.59 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W2631 & 24:23:38.46 & $-$90:29:23.9 & 11.84 & 1.65 & 200 & 0.7 & 0.29 & Harm. & ?\\W2665 & 24:23:38.84 & $-$90:25:43.1 & 12.56 & 0.6464 & 2 & 0.5 & 0.55 & Harm. & ?\\W2678 & 24:23:38.93 & $-$90:22:09.8 & 13.05 & 0.36401 & 0.8 & 0.3 & 0.32 & Harm. &?\\W3407 & 24:23:47.97 & $-$90:28:21.9 & 18.54 & 2.352 & 30 & 8 & 0.13 & Harm. & ?\\W3430 & 24:23:48.3 & $-$90:22:42.6 & 17.50 & 0.5107 & 3 & 3 & 0.37 & Harm. & ?\\W3480 & 24:23:48.98 & $-$90:29:19.6 & 13.31 & 0.25657 & 0.7 & 0.3 & 0.29 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W3485 & 24:23:49.08 & $-$90:28:27.4 & 14.71 & 1.411 & 30 & 0.3 & 0.51 & Harm. & ?\\W3742 & 24:23:52.99 & $-$90:28:06.9 & 13.03 & 0.32514 & 0.8 & 0.3 & 0.37 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W3957 & 24:23:57.1 & $-$90:25:36.5 & 18.61 & 0.995 & 20 & 15 & 0.20 & Harm. & ?\\W3996 & 24:23:57.71 & $-$90:22:56.1 & 11.73 & 3.054 & 50 & 0.8 & 0.88 & Harm. & ?\\W4081 & 24:23:59.3 & $-$90:27:15.8 & 12.93 & 1.2815 & 9 & 0.9 & 0.10 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W58 & 24:22:57.25 & $-$90:28:44.3 & 18.78 & 0.2228 & 3 & 39 & 0.44 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W267 & 24:23:05.52 & $-$90:27:01.1 & 17.82 & 2.76 & 100 & 2 & 0.99 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W371 & 24:23:09.14 & $-$90:30:00.4 & 15.70 & 0.2461 & 2 & 0.3 & 0.48 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W435 & 24:23:10.35 & $-$90:29:31.1 & 16.58 & 0.2468 & 2 & 0.3 & 0.37 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W461 & 24:23:10.94 & $-$90:90:33.3 & 17.64 & 3.90 & 300 & 13 & 0.24 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W1834 & 24:23:30.39 & $-$90:28:23.2 & 17.53 & 9.29 & 300 & $-$2\tablenotemark{n} & 0.57 & Trap. & \textellipsis\\ W1953 & 24:23:31.68 & $-$90:28:06.8 & 18.00 & 2.34 & 400 & 1\tablenotemark{o} & 0.42 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\ W2109 & 24:23:33.19 & $-$90:28:10.7 & 17.19 & 0.5065 & 2 & 4 & 0.69 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W2126 & 24:23:33.42 & $-$90:29:39.2 & 17.55 & 2.66 & 200 & 5 & 0.22 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W2127 & 24:23:33.45 & $-$90:29:29.7 & 17.98 & \textellipsis\tablenotemark{p} & \textellipsis & ${\sim}-40$ & ${\sim}2096$ & \textellipsis & \textellipsis\\ W2233 & 24:23:34.48 & $-$90:90:29.6 & 18.91 & 0.46817 & 0.3 & 5 & 0.29 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\W2272 & 24:23:34.85 & $-$90:90:04.6 & 18.74 & 2.223 & 70 & 26 & 0.05 & Harm. & \textellipsis\\
\tablenotetext{a}{The identifier by which this object is known in this work, see Table~.}\tablenotetext{b}{J2000.0; data taken from {\it S. Telescope} DR2 . All entries in this table are DR2 sources, so none of the information presented is from {\it S. Telescope} DR1.}\tablenotetext{c}{{\it S. Telescope} $G$ magnitude taken from {\it S. Telescope} DR2 .  All entries in this table are DR2 sources, so none of the information presented is from {\it S. Telescope} DR1.}\tablenotetext{d}{The period of the variability in days.}\tablenotetext{e}{The uncertainty of the period of the variability in $10^{-4}$ days, see Section for details on how this is measured.}\tablenotetext{f}{The amplitude of the variability in millimagnitudes, see Section~ for details on how this is measured. A negative amplitude means that the light curve shows a box-like signal that is a brightening, rather than the more common eclipse-based dimmings for such signals.}\tablenotetext{g}{The epoch of the minimum of the variability, expressed in KBJD (BJD$-2454833.0$). See Section for details on how this is measured.}\tablenotetext{h}{Method used for determining amplitude and epoch. Harm.'' means a harmonic fit was used and Trap.'' means a trapezoid fit was used.}\tablenotetext{i}{Classification based on the GCVS Variability Types, fourth edition , where possible.  Additional designations used: mmRR'', millimagnitude RR Lyrae; mh'', multiharmonic variability; shortperiod'', sinusoidal variability of ${<}0.1$-day period; xrb'', a likely X-ray binary, but not classified as X'' since we do not know of variability in the X-ray emission.}\tablenotetext{j}{Six other stars observed with same variability; this chosen as variable since it was most robust detection; see paper for details.}\tablenotetext{k}{These two stars (W689 and W1154) are 27 pixels apart but have consistent periods and, based on our analysis, may phase with each other.}\tablenotetext{l}{Slightly blended with V8. This detected variability is not a (sub)harmonic of that variability, so we are confident this belongs to the star itself.}\tablenotetext{m}{Slightly blended with V10. This detected variability is not a (sub)harmonic of that variability, so we are confident this belongs to the star itself.}\tablenotetext{n}{The trapezoid model appeared to fail to fit the full amplitude of the signal.  Actual amplitude may be ${\sim}$2--3 times larger.}\tablenotetext{o}{Epoch and possibly amplitude may be inaccurate owing to PDM being employed to fold these transits and a harmonic fit being used to determine epoch and amplitude.}\tablenotetext{p}{Single event.}