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J/A+AS/131/119      Spectroscopy of irregular variables (Cieslinski+ 1998)

Southern and equatorial irregular variables. II. Optical spectroscopy Cieslinski D., Steiner J.E., Jablonski F.J. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 131, 119 (1998)> =1998A&AS..131..119C (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Stars, variable ; Spectroscopy Keywords: stars: variables - stars: emission line - stars: cataclysmic variables Abstract: The results of optical spectroscopy of 169 southern and equatorial objects previously known as irregular variables are presented. The targets were selected via photoelectric UBV photometry among objects classified as L, L:, I, I:, IS and IS: in the General Catalogue of Variable Stars and New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars. Among these objects we have identified 8 cataclysmic variables, 8 symbiotic stars and stars that belong to a variety of other classes. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 121 235 Spectroscopic data
See also: J/A+AS/124/55 : Photometry of irregular variables (Cieslinski+ 1997) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 9 A9 --- Name Star name 12- 23 F12.4 d JD ? Julian date of the beginning of the observation 26- 29 I4 s ExpTime ? Exposure time 31- 35 F5.2 mag <B-V> ? Mean B-V colour index 37- 44 A8 --- Origin Site of the observation 46- 47 A2 --- Rem Remarks (1) 49-121 A73 --- SpType Spectral type and comments about the spectrum
Note (1): * : Site of the observation: CTIO - Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory, Chile and LNA - Laboratorio Nacional de Astrofisica/CNPq, Brazil 1 : Classified as Mira variable in Cieslinski et al. (1997IBVS.4528....1C) 2 : Average spectra 3 : V934 Aql - north component 4 : V934 Aql - south component 5 : FX Ara - north component 6 : FX Ara - east component 7 : FX Ara - south component 8 : V817 Ara - north component 9 : V817 Ara - south component 10 : Spectra are also shown in Cieslinski et al. (1994A&AS..106..243C) 11 : Quoted as suspected of cataclysmic variable in Vogt & Bateson (1982A&AS...48..383V) and Downes & Shara (1993, Cat. V/79) 12 : Quoted as UX UMa type in Sion & Guinan (1983IAUCo..72...41S), Downes & Shara (1993, Cat. V/79) and Zwitter & Munari (1994, A&AS..107..503Z) 13 : Quoted as suspected of cataclysmic variable of Z Cam type in the GCVS4 (Cat. II/139) 14 : Quoted as suspected of cataclysmic variable of U Gem type in the GCVS4 (Cat. II/139) and in Downes et al. (1997, Cat. V/94) 15 : Quoted as variable of the R CrB type in the GCVS4 (Cat. II/139) 16 : HN Sct - north component 17 : HN Sct - south component 18 : Classified as symbiotic stars in Cieslinski et al. (1997A&AS..124...57C) 19 : NSV 10348 - south component 20 : NSV 10348 - north component
Acknowledgements: Deonisio Cieslinski
(End) Patricia Bauer [CDS] 20-May-1998
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