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V/101               Nearest stars until 10pc     (Zakhozhaj, 1979-1996)

Catalogue of nearest stars until 10pc Zakhozhaj V.A. <Vestnik Khar'kovskogo Universiteta 190, 52 (1979)> =1979VKha..190...52Z
ADC_Keywords: Stars, nearby ; Stars, masses ; Stars, diameters ; Proper motions ; Parallaxes, spectroscopic ; Parallaxes, trigonometric Keywords: Stars, nearby, masses, radii - Astrometric data - Spectral types - Magnitudes, absolute Description: The given catalogue is a revised version of the catalogue (Zakhozhaj, 1987). The previous numeration is preserved, and the stars, with trigonometric, photometric and spectral parallaxes >0.100" are presented. The catalogue contains data on new components of multiple visual systems, on the components of spectral-binary systems, on invisible components with masses >0.08 solar mass. New data are obtained in 90s and contained in the articles [2-6]. The catalogue contains the main characteristics of stars such as the positions, proper motions, radial velocities, parallaxes, photometrical data and also new data of masses and radii of stars. The completeness of the catalogue is about 70%. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file catalog.dat 124 356 Catalogue of stars within ten parsecs of the Sun
See also: V/70 : Nearby Stars, Preliminary 3rd Version (Gliese+ 1991) J/other/KFNT/12.20 : Nearby stars metallicities (Zakhozhaj+ 1996) Byte-by-byte Description of file: catalog.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Zkh [1/356] Running number (Zakhozhaj's catalog) 5- 17 A13 --- Name Star identifier 18 A1 --- m_Name Component of multiple star 20- 21 I2 h RAh ? Right ascension (B1950) 23- 26 F4.1 min RAm ? Right ascension (B1950) 28 A1 --- DE- ? Declination sign 29- 30 I2 deg DEd ? Declination (B1950) 32- 33 I2 arcmin DEm ? Declination (B1950) 34 A1 --- Rem [*] Remark (1) 36- 41 F6.3 s/yr pmRA ? Proper motion pmRA.cos(DE) 42 A1 --- n_pmRA [*] Notes (2) 43- 48 F6.2 arcsec/a pmDE ? Proper motion pmDE 49 A1 --- n_pmDE [*] Notes (2) 51- 56 F6.1 km/s RV ? Heliocentric Radial velocity 58- 62 A5 --- Gliese Gliese (Cat. V/70) identifier 63 A1 --- m_Gliese Gliese star component 65- 67 I3 mas Plx ? Stellar parallax 69 A1 --- n_Plx [tpsrao] Index to parallax (3) 70 A1 --- u_Plx [*] Notes to Plx (4) 73- 74 A2 --- l_Vmag [<> ] Limit flag on Vmag 75- 80 F6.2 mag Vmag ? V magnitude 81- 82 A2 --- n_Vmag [vS n] Note on magnitude (5) 84- 85 A2 --- l_Mv [<> ] Limit flag on Mv 86- 89 F4.1 mag Mv ? Absolute magnitude 90- 91 A2 --- n_Mv [vS n]? Note on magnitude (5) 93-100 A8 --- Sp MK Spectral classification 101-102 A2 --- n_Sp [epw clm] Notes on spectral class (6) 104-105 A2 --- l_Mass Limit flag on Mass 106-109 F4.2 solMass Mass ? Mass 110-111 A2 --- n_Mass [tcSdw ] Notes to Mass (7) 116-117 A2 --- l_Rad Limit flag on Radius 118-122 F5.3 solRad Rad ? Radius 123 A1 --- n_Rad [twrd] Notes to Rad (8)
Note (1): Coordinates of multiple system components are calculated on the basis of the angular separation and position of observation epoch. Note (2): *: pmRA and pmDE for multiple system components are calculated by the common proper motion and the position angle. Note (3): t: trigonometric parallax p: photometric parallax s: spectral parallax r: average value of t, p and s parallaxes a: average value of p and s parallaxes o: photometric or spectral parallax Note (4): *: The values of parallaxes with error of 10% and more. Note (5): v: variable star S: summarized magnitude of components, n: author' estimation of Vmag and Mv are made for visible component or for component for which it is possible to estimate component spectrum. Note (6): e: emission lines p: peculiar spectra w: weak spectra lines c: evaluation of spectral class on the basis of known index of colour m: spectra of multiple system component l: luminosity class is estimated by the diagram "colour-luminosity"Note (7): t: estimated by the relation of 'mass-effective temperature' Note (7): t: estimated by the relation of 'mass-effective temperature' c: calculated by the analysis of the line-of-sight curve of spectral binary stars S: summarized mass of seen and unseen components d: calculated by direct methods of mass measurement. w: calculated for white dwarfs by mass-radii relation Note (8): t: estimated by the radii-effective temperature relation w: calculated for white dwarfs by mass-radii relation r: calculated by (V-R)-radii relation d: calculated by direct methods of radii measurement
References: 1. Zakhozhaj V.A. =1979VKha..190...52Z 2. Zakhozhaj V.A. =1982VKha..232...64Z 3. Zakhozhaj V.A. 1987, Ph.D.Thesis, Leningrad. 4. Zakhozhaj V.A. =1994KFNT...10b..68Z 5. Zakhozhaj V.A. et al. =1994KFNT...10b..74Z 6. Zakhozhaj V.A. 1995, Astron. Astrophys. Transact. (Moscow), 7, 167 7. Zakhozhaj V.A., Shaparenko E.F. =1996KFNT...12b..20Z History: * 07-Nov-2000: The equinox of the position is 1950, not 2000.
(End) Veta Avedisova [INASAN] 23-Aug-1998
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