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J/other/Ap/41.356           FBS 10th list of red stars    (Gigoyan+, 1998)

First Byurakan spectral sky survey. Stars of late spectral types. -11°<δ←7° belt. Gigoyan K.S., Hambaryan V.V., Azzopardi M. <Astrophys., 41, 356-366 (1998)> =1998Ap.....41..356G
ADC_Keywords: Stars, late-type ; Magnitudes ; MK spectral classification Abstract: A 10th list of late-type M and C stars found on plates of the First Byurakan Spectral Sky Survey in the -11°<δ←7° belt within area of about 1070°2 is given. The list contains data on 169 red stars, 117 of which were found for the first time: 8 are new C stars, 3 are C-star candidates, 104 are M stars, 1 is either an M or an S star, and 1 object on the survey plate cannot be classified; of the 117 objects, 47 are unidentified IRAS sources. A statistical analysis of the objects that are and are not identified with IRAS sources shows that the identified stars are, with a high probability, brighter and have relatively more massive envelopes. Two stars were found to have fairly large brightness variability (with an amplitude of at least 6.0mag). Gas-dust shells are assumed to exist around nine of the IRAS sources. The equatorial coordinates, spectral types, and stellar magnitudes, determined on Palomar E maps, are given for the selected objects. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 64 169 List of red stars notes.dat 80 94 Individual notes table1-a.dat 76 169 Additional position and cross-identifications (1) notes-a.dat 80 87 Additional notes (1)
Note (1): additional data resulting from a research by Brian Skiff in July 2002 -- see the "History" section below.
See also: II/223 : First Byurakan Survey (FBS), 2nd Program (Abrahamian+, 1990-1996) VII/172 : First Byurakan Survey (FBS) (Markarian+, 1989) II/125 : IRAS catalogue of Point Sources, Version 2.0 (IPAC 1986) II/2 : Two-Micron Sky Survey (TMSS) (Neugebauer+ 1969) III/168 : General Catalog of S Stars, second edition (Stephenson 1984) II/214 : Combined General Catalogue of Variable Stars (Kholopov+ 1998) II/79 : Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars (Kukarkin+, 1981) J/other/Ap/42.1 : FBS blue stellar objects (Mickaelian+, 1999) J/other/Ap/44.88 : FBS 11th list of late-type stars (Gigoyan+, 2001) J/other/Ap/44.328 : FBS 12th list of late-type stars (Gigoyan+, 2001) J/other/Ap/45.322 : FBS 13th list of late M and carbon stars (Gigoyan+, 2002) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq Sequential number (FBS L 10-NNN in Simbad) 5- 12 A8 --- FBS FBS designation (FBS HHMM+DDd in Simbad) 14- 15 I2 h RAh Right ascension (1950) 17- 18 I2 min RAm Right ascension (1950) 20- 23 F4.1 s RAs Right ascension (1950) 25 A1 --- DE- Declination sign (1950) 26- 27 I2 deg DEd Declination (1950) 29- 30 I2 arcmin DEm Declination (1950) 32- 33 I2 arcsec DEs Declination (1950) 35- 40 A6 --- SpType Spectral type (1) 42- 45 F4.1 mag Emag ? E magnitude (photographic red) 47- 48 A2 --- Color Color characteristic (2) 50- 63 A14 --- IRAS FSC/PSC identification 64 A1 --- u_IRAS [?] Uncertainty flag on Name
Note (1): For Object 51, FBS 0832-095, the printed spectral type was unreadable (M eee S) and transformed into "M S". For Object 90, FBS 1310-087, the printed spectral type is "I6 - 7"; it was transformed into "M6-7"Note (2): Color characteristic: Note (2): Color characteristic: Y: yellow R: red VR: very red
Byte-by-byte Description of file: notes.dat notes-a.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 8 A8 --- FBS FBS designation 10- 80 A71 --- Note Text of the note (1)
Note (1): References: 7: Stephenson, 1986ApJ...301..927S 28: IRAS PSC, 1986, Cat. II/125 30: Giclas et al., 1979LowOB...8..145G 31: Neugebauer & Leighton, 1969, Cat. II/2 32: Giclas et al., 1978LowOB...8...89G 33: Stephenson, 1989, See Cat. III/168 34: Khopolov & Samus, See Cat. II/214 35: Cheeseman et al., 1985, NASA Ref. Publ., No. 1217 36: Stephenson, 1985AJ.....90..784S 37: Kukarkin et al., 1982, Cat. II/79 38: Little-Marenin et al., 1987AJ.....93..663L 39: Lewis et al., 1994, NAIC Preprint, No. 335 40: Larson & Humphreys, 1994ApJ...436L.149L 41: Feast et al., 1990MNRAS.247..227F We also note that the results of J, H, K, and L photometry for the stars StM 86-38, StM 86-161, and StM 86-521 [7] are given by Feast et al. [41].
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1-a.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq Sequential number, as in table1 6- 13 A8 --- FBS FBS designation, as in table1 14 A1 --- n_FBS [*] indicates a note in file "notes-a.dat" 17- 18 I2 h RAh ? Right ascension (J2000) 20- 21 I2 min RAm ? Right ascension (J2000) 23- 27 F5.2 s RAs ? Right ascension (J2000) 29 A1 --- DE- ? Declination sign (J2000) 30- 31 I2 deg DEd ? Declination (J2000) 33- 34 I2 arcmin DEm ? Declination (J2000) 36- 39 F4.1 arcsec DEs ? Declination (J2000) 41 A1 --- r_DEs [AGgMT] Source of position (1) 43- 51 A9 --- GSC GSC designation (Cat. I/255) 53- 63 A11 --- IRAS designation (Cat. II/125 and II/156) 65- 68 F4.1 mag Emag ? red photographic magnitude (2) 71- 76 A6 --- SpType Spectral type
Note (1): the symbols mean the following sources: A USNO-A2.0 (I/252) G GSC-ACT (I/255) g GSC-2.2 (I/271) M 2MASS second release (b/2mass/out) T Tycho-2 (2000A&A...357..367H, Cat. I/259) Note (2): identical to the original ones in table1, actually identical to the red magnitudes from USNO-A1.0 (Cat. I/243), about 0.5mag. brighter than the A2.0 (cat. I/254) red magnitudes for the same stars
History: Prepared via OCR at CDS. * 25-Jul-2002 (Brian Skiff, ): Improved positions were derived from the recent astrometrical catalogues, and the stars were matched against the GSC, IRAS PSC and FSC, MSX, and GCVS v4.1. Every star was searched with a 3' radius in SIMBAD to find additional IDs. Many ROSAT X-ray links were found for the active dwarfs. The latter are all shown in the "notes-a.dat" file, which includes most of the relevant original comments as well. A new few new IRAS names were added thanks to the improved positions. Star FBS 0853-089 is noted as being different from T Hya, but as best I can tell there is no other red star in the immediate field. * 04-Nov-2003: 4 typos corrected in notes-a.dat about 1618-090, 1618-075, 0249-084 and 0411-092. References: Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper I 1989Afz....31..601A Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper II 1990Afz....32..501A Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper III 1990Afz....33..317A Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper IV 1993Afz....36..431A Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper V 1994Ap.....37..322A Abrahamyan & Gigoyan, Paper VI 1995Ap.....38..115A Abrahamyan et al., Paper VII 1995Ap.....38..195A Gigoyan & Abrahamyan, Paper VIII 1996Ap.....39..310G Abrahamyan et al., Paper IX 1997Ap.....40..131A Gigoyan et al., Paper XI 2001Ap.....44...88G, Cat. J/other/Ap/44.88 Gigoyan et al., Paper XII 2001Ap.....44..328G, Cat. J/other/Ap/44.328 Gigoyan et al., Paper XIII 2002Ap.....45..322G, Cat. J/other/Ap/45.322
(End) James Marcout, Patricia Bauer [CDS] 31-Mar-2000
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