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II/224     Catalogue of Stellar Diameters (CADARS)  (Pasinetti-Fracassini+ 2001)

Catalog of Apparent Diameters and Absolute Radii of Stars (CADARS) (3rd Edition). Comments and statistics Pasinetti-Fracassini L.E., Pastori L., Covino S., Pozzi A. <Astron. Astrophys. 367, 521 (2001)> =2001A&A...367..521P
ADC_Keywords: Stars, diameters Keywords: catalogues - stars: fundamental parameters Description: For 9733 stars this catalog lists all values of the apparent and absolute radii from the literature. Data were compiled beginning 1950 up to 1997. The stars are listed according to the following order of identification: HD number, DM number, variables with constellation name in alphabetical order of the abbreviations, other identifications in alphabetical order, LMC and SMC stars. The apparent magnitudes and spectral types are those reported by the authors, as they are basic data used in some methods for obtaining the stellar diameters. The catalogue is followed by the lists of the Remarks and References. Details and statistics will appear in A&A Suppl. This version supersedes the previous editions by M.Fracassini, L.E. Pasinetti, F. Manzolini (1981A&AS...45..145F, Cat. II/61); and M. Fracassini, L.E. Pasinetti-Fracassini, L. Pastori and R. Pironi (1988BICDS..35..121F, Cat. II/155) File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file cadars.dat 98 13570 The Catalogue refs.dat 80 891 The References notes.dat 80 3925 Remarks
Byte-by-byte Description of file: cadars.dat
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1- 2 I2 h RAh ? Right Ascension J2000 (hours) 4- 5 I2 min RAm ? Right Ascension J2000 (minutes) 7- 10 F4.1 s RAs ? Right Ascension J2000 (seconds) 12 A1 --- DE- ? Declination J2000 (sign) 13- 14 I2 deg DEd ? Declination J2000 (degrees) 16- 17 I2 arcmin DEm ? Declination J2000 (minutes) 19- 20 I2 arcsec DEs ? Declination J2000 (seconds) 22- 30 A9 --- ID1 HD or BD number or other identification 31- 44 A14 --- ID2 Bayer, Flamsteed or other identification G and S indicate components of binary system 46- 50 F5.2 mag Vmag *? Apparent visual magnitude 52- 65 A14 --- Sp MK Spectral type (from authors or SIMBAD) 66- 73 E8.2 arcsec Diam *? Apparent stellar diameter 76- 83 E8.2 solRad Rad *? Absolute radius 86- 87 A2 --- Meth Method of determination, see "Methods" section 89- 91 A3 --- r_Diam key to reference, see file refs.dat 94- 98 A5 --- rem *Remarks, see note and/or file notes.dat
Note on Vmag: Apparent visual magnitude given by the Authors, otherwise by SIMBAD; remarks (W) specify magnitudes in other wavelengths. For variable stars: magnitude at maximum luminosity Note on Diam: Apparent diameter (arcsec) of the uniform disk. Three significant figures are given; values given with more figures are reported in the remarks (file "notes.dat"). Remarks specify other cases and/or values corrected for the limb darkening (L): errors (E) are given in Remarks for uniformity with the previous versions. Note on Rad: errors given in Remarks. Averaged absolute radius are given for Cepheids (code 5, 5A, 5B). Note on rem: In the file "notes.dat", the star identifier is followed by the code of the source. The remark codes are: B = Spectroscopic binary D = Double star G = Cluster, group, aggregate or association membership R = Value of the diameter and/or radius corrected for the interstellar reddening. This remark is not used for the values from method 6F, all corrected for the reddening. Codes calling attention to the file of the Remarks: A = General characteristics E = Mean error of the apparent diameter and/or absolute radius L = Value in the catalogue obtained by a particular law of limb darkening; Remarks give other values of the uniform disk and/or values corrected for the limb darkening W = Wavelength (or bandwidth) of measurement of apparent diameter and/or absolute radius and/or apparent magnitude when different from the visual one.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 A3 --- Ref Reference code, repeated when several lines are needed. 6- 80 A75 --- Text Text of reference, generally stars by the "bibcode"
Byte-by-byte Description of file: notes.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 9 A9 --- ID1 HD or BD number or other identification 10- 23 A14 --- ID2 Bayer,Flamsteed or other identification 25- 27 A3 --- r_Text Reference 31- 80 A50 --- Text *Text of remark
Note on Text: the following abbreviations are used: Ro = solar radius µ = micron l = wavelength Ø = angular diameter Øud = uniform disk angular diameter Øld = limb-darkening angular diameter dl = delta lambda
Methods: The methods of determination were classified as direct or indirect methods. A more detailed subdivision is based on the physical principles of determination. References regarding the first measures and/or basic papers are given. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- DIRECT METHODS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- CODE METHOD REFERENCES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Interferometer Michelson A.A., Pease F.G. 1921ApJ....53..249M Intensity interferometer Hanbury Brown R., Davis J. et al. 1967MNRAS.137..393B 2 Diffraction - Arnulf A. 1936, C.R.Acad.Sci.Paris 202,115 Lunar occultations Williams J.D. 1939ApJ....89..467W 3A Star scintillation - Tichov G. 1921, Mitt.Leshafts Inst. Color changes Leningrad 2, 126 3B Star scintillation - Gezari D.Y., Lebeyrie A., Stachnik R.V. speckle interferometry 1972ApJ...173L...1G 4 Eclipsing and spectro- Russell H.N. 1911ApJ....35..315R scopic binaries Lehman-Filhes R. 1894, Astron.Nach. 130, 17 5 Pulsating stars Van Hoof A. 1945, Publ.Lab.Astron.Geodes. Univ.Louvain XI, No. 100 5A Pulsating stars Wesselink A.J. 1946, Bull.Inst.Netherlands X, 91 5B Pulsating stars Balona L.A. 1977MNRAS.178..231B 5C Pulsating stars Methods which cannot be included in the groups 5, 5A, 5B ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- INDIRECT METHODS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6A Intrinsic brightness Pickering E.C. 1880, Proc.Amer.Acad.Arts & and color Sci. 16, 1 6B " " Russell H.N. 1920PASP...32..307R 6C " " Hertzsprung E. 1922, Ann.Leiden XIV, 1 6D " " Pettit E., Nicholson S. 1928ApJ....68..279P 6E " " Chalonge D., Divan L. 1950, C.R.Acad.Sci. Paris 231, 331 6F " " Fracassini M., Pasinetti L.E. 1967, Atti XI Riunione Soc.Astron.It. Padova Fracassini M., Gilardoni G., Pasinetti L.E. 1973, Astrophy.Spa.Science 22, 141 6G " " Gray D.F. 1967ApJ...149..317G Blackwell D.E., Shallis M.J. 1977MNRAS.180..177B 6H " " Wesselink A.J. 1969MNRAS.144..297W 6I " " Barnes T.G., Evans D.S. 1976MNRAS.174..489B 6K " " Leone S. 1978, Atti Acc.Sci.Lettere, Arti Palermo, Ser.IV, 35, 21 6L " " Walker H.J., Schonberner D. 1981A&A....97..291W 6M Fundamental stellar Various Authors parameters ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Acknowledgements: Livio Pastori
(End) Francois Ochsenbein [CDS] 18-Nov-2000
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