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II/82           Galactic O-type Stars (Garmany+ 1982)

Catalog of Catalog of galactic O-type Stars Garmany C.D., Conti. P.S., Chiosi C. <Astrophys. J. 263, 777 (1982)> =1982ApJ...263..777G
ADC_Keywords: Stars, O ; MK spectral classification ; Photometry, UBV Description: The catalog is a compilation from the literature of all O-type stars for which spectral types, luminosity classes, and UBV photometry exist. The catalog contains 765 stars, for each of which designation (HD, DM, etc.), spectral type, V, B-V, absolute visual magnitude, absolute bolometric magnitude, cluster membership, distance, galactic coordinates, and source references are given. In addition, the authors have included derived values of absolute visual and bolometric magnitudes, and distances. The Catalog of Galactic O-Type Stars (Garmany, Conti and Chiosi 1982) is a compilation from the literature of all O-type stars for which spectral types, luminosity classes and UBV photometry exist. Most of the entries come from Cruz-Gonzalez, et al. (1974) and Humphreys (1978), with additional stars from Garrison and Kormendy (1976), Garrison, Hiltner and Schild (1977), Garrison and Schild (1979), Feinstein, Marraco and Muzzio (1973), Feinstein, Marraco and Forte (1976), and Moffat, FitzGerald and Jackson (1979). File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file catalog.dat 78 765 Catalog of Galactic O-type stars
See also: II/76 : O star catalogue, 4th Ed. (Goy 1980) Byte-by-byte Description of file: catalog.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 18 A18 --- ID *Star identification 19 A1 --- new_Sp *[ *] New spectral type = * 20- 28 A9 --- Sp *Spectral Type 29- 33 F5.2 mag Vmag *V magnitude 35- 39 F5.2 mag B-V *B-V 41- 45 F5.2 mag M(V) *Absolute visual magnitude 47- 52 F6.2 mag Mbol *Absolute bolometric magnitude 54- 55 I2 --- Cl_mem *?Code for cluster or association membership 57- 60 F4.1 kpc Dist *Distance from star's distance modulus 62- 64 I3 deg GLONd *Galactic longitude (whole degrees) 66- 67 I2 arcmin GLONm *Galactic longitude (arc minutes) 68 A1 --- GLAT- *[±] Galactic latitude sign 69- 70 I2 deg GLATd *Galactic latitude (whole degrees) 72- 73 I2 arcmin GLATm *Galactic latitude (arcmin) 75 I1 --- r_ID *?code for primary source 76 I1 --- rClmem *?code for additional cluster membership 77 I1 --- r_Sp *?code for additional spectral types 78 I1 --- r_Vmag *?code for additional photometry,
Note on ID: Star identification: Henry Draper Catalogue (HD) number; Durchmusterung (DM) number; miscellaneous designations. Bytes 1-8 give the alphanumeric part of the catalog, cluster or miscellaneous designation; bytes 9-16 give the number of the star, and bytes 17-18 give component identifications where applicable. References for miscellaneous designations are: Designation Reference ------------ -------------------------------------------- GEORG Georgelin, Georgelin and Roux (1973). HILTNER Hiltner and Johnson (1956); Hiltner (1956). LS I Hardorp et al. (1959). LS II Stock et al. (1960). LS III Hardorp et al. (1964). LS IV Nassau and Stephenson (1963). LS V Hardorp et al. (1965). LS VI Nassau et al. (1965). LSS Stephenson and Sanduleak (1971). MILL Miller (1972). MART Martin (1967). S Sharpless (1959). ------------ -------------------------------------------- The format of the star identification field is entirely uniform within each type of identification, so the catalog can be sorted by name field and all HD, DM, NGC, etc. identifications will be ordered together properly. Alternate format specifications are given in parentheses. Note on new_Sp: An asterisk (*) if the spectral type given is new and based upon either 63 A/mm or 79 A/mm spectra taken at Kitt Peak National Observatory. Blank if spectral type was taken from the literature. Note on Sp: Spectral type according to r_ID or r_Sp Note on Vmag, B-V: V, and B-V according to r_ID or r_Vmag Note on M(V): Absolute visual magnitude, M(V), taken from the primary source given in r_ID or from Conti's (1975) calibration of spectral type and M(V). Note on Mbol: Absolute bolometric magnitude computed using Conti's (1975) temperature scale and Morton's (1969) bolometric corrections as a function of temperature. Note on Cl_mem: Code for cluster or association membership, as listed below. Blank for presumed field stars. Code Group Code Group ---- ------------------------ ---- ----------------- 1 Sgr OB1 43 NGC 2129 2 Sgr OB7 44 Gem OB1 3 Sgr OB4 45 Mon OB1 4 Sgr OB6 46 Ori OB1 5 Ser OB1 47 Mon OB2 6 Sct OB3 48 CMa OB1 7 Ser OB2, NGC 6604 49 Cr 121 8 Sct OB2 50 NGC 2414 9 Cr 359 51 NGC 2362 10 Vul OB1 52 NGC 2439 11 Vul OB4 53 Pup OB1 12 Cyg OB3 54 Vel OB1 13 Cyg OB1 55 Car OB1 14 Cyg OB8 56 TR 14 15 Cyg OB9 57 TR 15 16 Cyg OB2 58 TR 16 17 Cyg OB4 59 Cr 228 18 Cyg OB7 60 Car OB2 19 NGC 6991 61 NGC 3576 20 Lac OB1 62 NGC 3766 21 Cep OB2, TR 37 nucleus 63 Cru OB1 22 Cep OB1 64 Cen OB1 23 NGC 7235 65 R 80 24 Cep OB5 66 Pis 20 25 Cep OB3 67 Nor OB1 26 Cas OB2 68 NGC 6067 27 Cas OB5 69 R 103 28 Cep OB4 70 R 105 29 Cas OB4 71 Ara OB1a 30 Cas OB14 72 NGC 6204 31 Cas OB7 73 Ara OB1b 32 Cas OB1 74 Sco OB1 33 NGC 457 75 Sco OB2 34 Cas OB8 76 HD 156154 group 35 Per OB1 77 M 6 36 Cas OB6 78 Sgr OB5 37 Cam OB1 79 zeta Pup 38 Per OB3 80 BO 4&5 39 Cam OB3 81 NGC 3572 40 Per OB2 82 Hogg 10 41 Aur OB1 83 Lynga 14 42 Aur OB2 84 NGC 6322 ---- ------------------------ ---- ----------------- Note on Dist: Distance computed from star's distance modulus, assuming an interstellar absorption of A(V)=3E(B-V). Note on GLONd, GLAT-, GLATd, GLONm, GLATm: The galactic longitude and latitude are given in whole degrees and arc minutes rather than the frequently used decimal degrees. The sign of the Galactic latitude is always in byte 68. Note on r_ID: The following list are references for the codes for primary source, additional cluster membership, additional spectral types, and additional photometry. The additional sources were generally used in cases where the data were missing or inadequate in the primary source or where there is disagreement among the papers consulted. Primary source (byte 75) Code Reference ---- --------------------------------------- 1 Cruz-Gonzalez et al. (1974). 2 Garrison, Hiltner and Schild (1977). 3 Humphreys (1978). 4 Garrison and Kormendy (1976). Garrison and Schild (1979). 5 Feinstein, Marraco and Muzzio (1973). Feinstein, Marraco and Forte (1976). 6 Moffat, FitzGerald and Jackson (1979). ---- --------------------------------------- Note on rClmem: Additional cluster membership (byte 76) Code Reference ---- --------------------------------------- 1 Conti and Alschuler (1971). 2 Moffat and Vogt (1975). 3 Humphreys (1978). ---- --------------------------------------- Note on r_Sp: Additional spectral types (byte 77) Code Reference ---- --------------------------------------- 2 Garrison, Hiltner and Schild (1977). ---- --------------------------------------- Note on r_Vmag: Additional photometry (byte 78) Code Reference ---- --------------------------------------- 4 Klare and Neckel (1977). 5 Feinstein, Marraco and Forte (1976). 6 Guetter (1974). ---- ---------------------------------------
Remarks, Modifications, Acknowledgments and References: The Catalog of Galactic O-Type Stars was received on magnetic tape from Dr. C. D. Garmany of the University of Colorado on April 15, 1982. The following modifications were made to the format in order to make the star designations uniform (so that the file can be sorted by star name if desired) and to make the data records more homogeneous and easier to process by other users. 1.The B-V data were made uniform by attaching preceding zeros where they were not present and by moving minus signs so that they always occur in byte 65. 2.Minus signs for the bolometric magnitude field were moved in order to always occur in byte 47. 3.Cluster and association membership codes had been written as -0 if not present. These were changed to blanks. 4.Signs were attached to all Galactic latitude values, uniformly in byte 68. 5.Source codes of 0 were changed to blanks so that the string of codes in bytes 75-78 contains digits only where reference codes are present. 6.The star designation field was expanded to 18 bytes so that the identifications could be made uniform. The format was then changed by preparing a separate data set containing only the identifiers and editing all designations to contain catalog or cluster specifications in bytes 1-8, star numbers in bytes 9-16, and component identifications in bytes 17-18. The modified designation fields were then substituted back into the data file. A sort of the catalog by star designation will now yield a data set with all similar designations together and properly ordered. 7.The asterisk signifying a new spectral classification made by the authors, formerly appearing at the beginning of a record, was moved to byte 19. 8.Three duplicate entries were removed after carefully checking, confirming their redundancy, and notifying the first author. 9.The blanks in byte 48 and byte 69 were replaced by zero's. (1994/11/14) Acknowledgment: Appreciation is expressed to C. D. Garmany for supplying the Catalog of Galactic O-Type Stars on magnetic tape with a listing and explanations, and for reviewing the modified catalog and resulting documentation. References: Conti, P. S. 1975, in H II Regions and Related Topics, ed. T. L. Wilson and D. Downes (Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag), p. 207. Conti, P. S. and Alschuler, W. A. 1971, Astrophys. J. 170, 325. (=1971ApJ...170..325C) Cruz-Gonzalez, C., Recillas-Cruz, E., Costero, R., Peimbert, M. and Torres-Peimbert, S. 1974, Rev. Mexicana Astron. Astrof. 1, 211. (=1974RMxAA...1..211C) Feinstein, A., Marraco, H. G. and Forte, J. C. 1976, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 24, 389. (=1976A&AS...24..389F) Feinstein, A., Marraco, H. G. and Muzzio, J. C. 1973, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 12, 331 (=1973A&AS...12..331F) Garmany, C. D., Conti, P. S. and Chiosi, C. 1982, Astrophys. J. 263, 777. (=1982ApJ...263..777G) Garrison, R. F., Hiltner, W. A. and Schild, R. E. 1977, Astrophys. J. Suppl. 35, 111. (=1977ApJS...35..111G) Garrison, R. F. and Kormendy, J. 1976, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac. 88, 865. (=1976PASP...88..865G) Garrison, R. F. and Schild, R. E. 1979, Astron. J. 84, 1020. (=1979AJ.....84.1020G) Georgelin, Y. M., Georgelin, Y. P. and Roux, S. 1973, Astron. Astrophys. 25, 337. (=1973A&A....25..337G) Guetter, H. H. 1974, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac. 86, 795. (=1974PASP...86..795G) Hardorp, J., Rohlfs, K., Slettebak, A. and Stock, J. 1959, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way I. (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory). (Catalog III/76) Hardorp, J., Theile, I. and Voigt, H. H. 1964, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way III. (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory). (Catalog III/76) Hardorp, J., Theile, I. and Voigt, H. H. 1965, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way V (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory). (Catalog III/76) Hiltner, W. A. 1956, Astrophys. J. Suppl. 2, 389. (=1956ApJS....2..389H) Hiltner, W. A. and Johnson, H. L. 1956, Astrophys. J. 124, 367. (=1956ApJ...124..367H) Humphreys, R. M. 1978, Astrophys. J. Suppl. 38, 309. (=1978ApJS...38..309H) Klare, G. and Neckel, T. 1977, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 27, 215. (=1977A&AS...27..215K) Martin, N. 1967, Publ. Obs. Haute-Provence 9, No. 13. Miller, E. W. 1972, Astron J. 77, 216. (=1972AJ.....77..216M) Moffat, A. F. J., FitzGerald, M. P. and Jackson, P. D. 1979, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 38, 197. (=1979A&AS...38..197M) Moffat, A. F. J. and Vogt, N. 1975, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 20, 85. (=1975A&AS...20...85M) Morton, D. C. 1969, Astrophys. J. 158, 629. (=1969ApJ...158..629M) Nassau, J. J. and Stephenson, C. B. 1963, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way IV. (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory). (Catalog III/76) Nassau, J. J., Stephenson, C. B. and MacConnell, D. J. 1965, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way VI. (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory; Catalog III/76) Sharpless, S. 1959, Astrophys. J. Suppl. 4, 257. (=1959ApJS....4..257S; catalog VII/20) Stephenson, C. B. and Sanduleak, N. 1971, Publ. Warner and Swasey Obs. 1, No. 1. (Catalog III/43) Stock, J., Nassau, J. J. and Stephenson, C. B. 1960, Luminous Stars in the Northern Milky Way II. (Hamburg-Bergedorf: Hamburger Sternwarte and Warner and Swasey Observatory; Catalog III/76).
Original documentation authored by W. Warren, Jr. NSSDC/WDC-A-R&S 82-15 reformatted to CDS standard
(End) N.P.M. Kuin [ADC] 10-Dec-1994
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