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III/204      Stellar radial velocities bibliographic catalog (Malaroda+, 2000)

Bibliographic catalogue of stellar radial velocities (1991-1994) Malaroda S., Levato,H., Morrell, N., Garcia B., Grosso, M., Bolzicco, G.J. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 144, 1 (2000)> =2000A&AS..144....1M
ADC_Keywords: Radial velocities ; References Keywords: catalogues - stars: kinematics - techniques: radial velocities Abstract: We present a bibliographic catalogue of stellar radial velocities with 13359 entries for stars in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds, obtained from the issues of several journals published in the period 1991-1994. We have tried to follow the structure of previous compilations although we have relied on data retrieved from the SIMBAD database. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file catalog.dat 148 13352 Stellar radial velocities bibliographic catalogue
See also: III/184 : 3rd Bibliog. Cat. of Stellar Radial Vel. (Barbier-Brossat+, 1994) III/190 : WEB Catalog of Radial Velocities (Duflot+ 1995) Byte-by-byte Description of file: catalog.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 29 A29 --- Ident Identification (1) 31- 32 I2 h RAh ? Right ascension J2000.0 (2) 34- 37 F4.1 min RAm ? Right ascension J2000.0 39 A1 --- DE- Declination sign J2000.0 40- 41 I2 deg DEd ? Declination J2000.0 43- 46 F4.1 arcmin DEm ? Declination J2000.0 48- 53 F6.3 mag Vmag ? Visual magnitude (From Simbad) 54- 68 A15 ---- SpType Spectral type and luminosity class (3) 70- 77 F8.3 km/s RV ? Radial velocity (4) 78 A1 --- u_RV Uncertainty flag on RV 80- 82 I3 -- o_RV ? Number of individual observations for a particular object 85- 91 A7 --- Type Nature of the star (5) 93- 98 A6 --- R/RP/D Dispersion, resolving power or resolution (6) 101-119 A19 --- r_RV RV bibliographic reference (bibcode) 121-148 A28 --- Note Complete reference when no bibcode available
Note (1): We have preferred for identification the HD, CD or CPD numbers, in that order. Stars in clusters are indicated with the cluster's name and the number of the stars according to the primary identification paper for that particular cluster, found either at SIMBAD or Mermilliod's database (which was accessed through the web of the Geneva Observatory). Note (2): Right ascension is given to the tenth of a minute and has been retrieved from SIMBAD. Declination is given to the minute and has been retrieved from SIMBAD. Note (3): Spectra have been retrieved from the SIMBAD database. In some cases, when the number of symbols is large, the spectral type has been truncated. Note (4): For each object we have included the average radial velocity provided by the author. If the number of radial velocity measurements is more than 1, and an average has not been calculated by the author, we have not included any radial velocity at all. If the star is a spectroscopic binary, for which an orbit has been computed, then the systemic radial velocity is quoted in this column. Note (5): We have included in this column an acronym to indicate the nature of the star, when mentioned by the author. Acronyms are as follows: CEPH: Cepheids ORB: An orbit has been computed. The systemic radial velocity is listed SB1: Single lined binary SB2: Double lined binary EM: Emission lines. The radial velocity is derived from emission lines SB: Spectroscopic binary CV: Cataclysmic variable VAR: Star with variable radial velocity, according to the author LMC: Star belonging to the Large Magellanic Cloud STND: Radial velocity standard CONST: Star with constant radial velocity, according to the author SYMB: Symbiotic star BMP: Blue metal poor star VB: Visual binary Note (6): We have included in this column one of the above parameters. It is not possible to confuse the resolving power with any of the other two parameters because, in general, resolving power is a relatively large number compared with dispersion or resolution. As in the case of the dispersion or resolution, an ambiguity may arise, we have added an R to the number when it refers to the resolution. COR: radial velocity was derived through cross correlation techniques (like Coravel, for example) REL: relative velocity SEV: more than one resolving power or resolution have been used OP: objective prism observations IUE: radial velocities were derived from observations obtained with the International Ultraviolet Explorer (See cat. VI/99)
Acknowledgements: Hugo Levato
(End) Patricia Bauer [CDS] 18-May-2000
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