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V/128       Chromospherically Active Binaries. Third version       (Eker+, 2008)

A Reference Catalogue of Chromospherically Active Binary Stars. Eker Z., Filiz-Ak N., Bilir S., Dogru D., Tuysuz M., Soydugan E., Bakis H., Ugras B., Soydugan F., Erdem A., Demircan O. <Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 389, 1722 (2008)> =2008MNRAS.389.1722E
ADC_Keywords: Stars, double and multiple; Cross identifications; Combined data; Stars, emission; Stars, variable Abstract: Chromospherically Active Binaries (CAB) catalogue have been revised and updated. With 203 new identifications, the number of CAB stars is increased to 409. Catalogue is available in electronic format where each system has various number of lines (sub-orders) with a unique order number. Columns contain data of limited number of selected cross references, comments to explain peculiarities and position of the binarity in case it belongs to a multiple system, classical identifications (RS CVn, BY Dra), brightness and colours, photometric and spectroscopic data, description of emission features (Ca II H&K, Hα, UV, IR), X-Ray luminosity, radio flux, physical quantities and orbital information, where each basic entry are referenced so users can go original sources. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file names.dat 179 409 Names of the binaries class.dat 59 772 Classification and maximum brightness per.dat 151 685 Periods phot.dat 160 980 UBVRI photometry and spectral type param.dat 416 1212 Teff, logg, (Fe/H), logn(Li), vsini, LX, SRadio param2.dat 316 701 Periods, radial velocities, orbital parameters param3.dat 195 853 Mass, radius and Inclination param4.dat 155 463 Surface flux ratios refs.dat 178 1869 References comments.dat 80 376 Comments
See also: J/MNRAS/349/1069 : Chromospherically active binaries (Karatas+, 2004) Byte-by-byte Description of file: names.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 h RAh Right ascension (J2000.0) 8- 9 I2 min RAm Right ascension (J2000.0) 11- 14 F4.1 s RAs Right ascension (J2000.0) 16 A1 --- DE- Declination sign (J2000.0) 17- 18 I2 deg DEd Declination (J2000.0) 20- 21 I2 arcmin DEm Declination (J2000.0) 23- 26 F4.1 arcsec DEs Declination (J2000.0) 28- 39 A12 --- Name Name of the system (1) 41- 46 I6 --- HD ? HD/HDE number (Cat. III/135) 47 A1 --- m_HD Multiplicity index on HD 49- 54 I6 --- HIP ? HIP number (Cat. I/239) 55 A1 --- m_HIP Multiplicity index on HIP 57- 60 I4 --- HR ? HR number (Cat. V/50) 61 A1 --- m_HR Multiplicity index on HR 63- 68 I6 --- SAO ? SAO number (Cat. I/131) 70- 72 I3 --- CCABS ? CABS number (Cat. V/71, 1st Ed.) 74- 76 I3 --- CABS ? CCABS number (Cat. V/76, 2nd Ed.) 78-179 A102 --- ONames Name given by other sources (BD, CD, CP, ADS, ...) (2)
Note (1): "General Catalog of Variable Stars" identification (cat. II/139) or "Luyten-Polamar Observatory Survey" identification (cat. I/98), "Guide star catalogue" identification (cat. J/AJ/99/2082) Note (2): Name given by other sources: AC = Astrographic Catalogue (Cat. I/154) ADS = Aitken Double Star BD = Bonner Durchmusterung des sudlichen Himmels (Cat. I/122) BDS = Bonner Durchmusterung Supplemental Stars (Cat. I/71) CD = Cordoba Durchmusterung (Cat. I/114) CPD = Photographic Durchmusterung (Cat. I/108) EUVEJ = An all-sky catalogue of faint extreme ultraviolet sources (IX/35) GSC = Guide star catalogue identification (Cat. J/AJ/99/2082 G = Lowell proper motion survey. Southern Hemisphere (Cat. I/112) GC = General Catalog (Cat. I/113) Gl = Gliese Catalog (Cat. V/70) GJ = Catalogue of nearby stars (Cat. V/35). IDS = Index catalogue of double stars (1963IDS...C......0J) L = Luyten Catalogue, (Cat. I/98) LDS = Luyten Double Star (Cat. I/130 NGC = Revised New General Catalogue VII/1 PPM = Proper Motion catalog Cats. I/146, I/193 RBS = The ROSAT Bright Survey: II. (Cat. IX/32) ROSS = Ross number RXJ = ROSAT satellite observations SON = Sonneberg Variable TYC = The Tycho-2 catalogue (Cat. I/259) vB = van Buren number YZ = Yale observatory catalogue (Cat. I/141) 1E = First EINSTEIN catalog of X-ray sources 2E = Second EINSTEIN catalog of X-ray sources (Cat. IX/13) 2REJ = The 2RE Source Catalogue (Cat. J/MNRAS/274/1165)
Byte-by-byte Description of file: class.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 8- 13 A6 --- Class Class (RS CVn or BY Dra) 15- 29 A15 --- r_Class Defining reference for class 31- 34 A4 --- Com Comments number as stored comments.dat 36- 41 F6.3 mag Vmax ? Maximum brightness in Johnson V magnitude 43- 59 A17 --- r_Vmax Reference for Vmax
Byte-by-byte Description of file: per.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 8- 9 A2 ---- l_Amp [<≳ ] Limit flag on Amp 10- 15 F6.4 mag Amp ? Amplitude of photometric wave 16 A1 --- f_Amp [-] 17- 21 F5.3 mag Amp2 ? Upper limit of amplitude of photometric wave when interval 23- 30 A8 --- n_Amp Note on Amp (1) 32- 40 A9 --- r_Amp Reference for wave amplitude 42 A1 --- l_PerP [~] Limit flag on PerP 43- 55 F13.9 d PerP ? Photometric period 56 A1 --- f_PerP [-/,] 57- 64 F8.4 --- PerP2 ? Upper value if interval or other value of photometric period 66- 77 A12 --- n_PerP Note on PerP (2) 79- 87 A9 --- r_PerP Reference for photometric period 89- 95 F7.3 yr PerM ? Migration period 96 A1 --- f_PerM [-,] 97-101 F5.2 yr PerM2 ? Upper value if interval or other value of migration period 102-104 A3 --- n_PerM Note on PerM 106-113 A8 --- r_PerM Reference for migration period 115 A1 --- l_PerC [~>] Limit flag on PerC 116-122 F7.4 yr PerC ? Cycle period 123-124 A2 --- f_PerC [- or] 126-129 F4.1 yr PerC2 ? Upper value if interval or other value of cycle period 131-142 A12 --- n_PerC Note on PerC 144-151 A8 --- r_PerC Reference for cycle period
Note (1): Maximum photometric wave amplitude in Johnson V band, because of spots: (var) = photometry has been obtained but no wave has been observed. (R) = wave amplitude in Johnson R band (y) = wave amplitude in Stroemgren y band (b) = wave amplitude in Stroemgren b band const = There is no wave, brightness is constant maybe = variability is possible small = variability is small yes = there exist variability Note (2): Note on PerP as follows: (eq) = equatorial period Porb = photometric period is equal to orbital period
Byte-by-byte Description of file: phot.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 8 A1 --- n_U-Bh [(] Indicates close binary in a spectroscopic triple system 9- 14 F6.3 mag U-Bh ? Johnson U-B colour index of hot component 15 A1 --- f_U-Bh [/] if no "/", combined color (outside eclipse) is listed 16- 20 F5.3 mag U-Bc ? Johnson U-B colour index of cool component 21 A1 --- --- [)] 22 A1 --- f_U-Bc [/] if triple 23- 26 F4.2 mag U-B3 ? Johnson U-B colour index of third component 28- 36 A9 --- r_U-Bh Reference for U-B 38 A1 --- n_B-Vh [(] Indicates close binary in a spectroscopic triple system 39- 44 F6.4 mag B-Vh ? Johnson B-V colour index of hot component 45 A1 --- f_B-Vh [-/] if no "/", combined color (outside eclipse) is listed 46- 50 F5.3 mag B-Vc ? Johnson B-V colour index of cool component 51 A1 --- --- [)] 52 A1 --- f_B-Vc [/] if triple 53- 56 F4.2 mag B-V3 ? Johnson B-V colour index of third component 57- 59 A3 --- n_B-Vc [(i) ] (i) for intrinsic B-V colour index 61- 69 A9 --- r_B-Vh Reference for B-V 71 A1 --- n_V-Rh [(] Indicates close binary in a spectroscopic triple system 72 A1 --- l_V-Rh [~] Limit flag on V-Rh 73- 77 F5.3 mag V-Rh ? Johnson V-R colour index of hot component 78 A1 --- u_V-Rh [?] Uncertainty flag on V-Rh 79 A1 --- f_V-Rh [/] if no "/", combined color (outside eclipse) is listed 80- 84 F5.3 mag V-Rc ? Johnson V-R colour index of cool component 85 A1 --- u_V-Rc [?] Uncertainty flag on V-Rc 86 A1 --- --- [)] 87 A1 --- f_V-Rc [/] if triple 88- 91 F4.2 mag V-R3 ? Johnson V-R colour index of third component 93- 99 A7 --- r_V-Rh Reference for V-R 101-105 F5.3 mag V-Ih ? Johnson V-I colour index of hot component 106 A1 --- f_V-Ih [/] if no "/", combined color (outside eclipse) is listed 107-111 F5.3 mag V-Ic ? Johnson V-I colour index of cool component 113-121 A9 --- r_V-Ih Reference for V-I 123-142 A20 --- SpType Spectral types for components pri+sec (1) 144-155 A12 --- r_SpType Reference for spectral type 157-160 A4 --- SB Nature of binarity (2)
Note (1): Note on Spectral types: * Spectral type and luminosity class of the hot/cool component, respectively, separated by a plus "+". * Parenthesis, ( ), denote the close binary in a spectroscopic triple system. Note (2): Nature of binarity is coded as: SB1 = single-lined spectrum SB2 = double-lined spectrum SB3 = three components are seen in the spectrum (spectroscopic triple system) SB? = spectroscopic binary, but not yet known if the spectrum is single-or double-lined
Byte-by-byte Description of file: param.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
2- 4 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 6- 7 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 9- 13 I5 K Th ? Effective temperature for hot component 14 A1 --- f_Th [/] indicates a second value 15- 18 I4 K Th2 ? Second value of effective temperature for hot component 20- 25 F6.1 K Tc ? Effective temperature for cold component 27- 35 A9 --- r_Th Reference for temperatures 37 A1 --- n_loggh ([) "[" when computed by us from existing catalog data 38- 42 F5.3 [cm/s2] loggh ? Logarithm of surface gravity for hot component 43 A1 --- f_loggh [/-] indicates a second value 44- 48 F5.3 [cm/s2] loggh2 ? Second value of surface gravity for hot component 49 A1 --- f_loggh2 [)] 51 A1 --- n_loggh2 ([) "[" when computed by us from existing catalog data 52- 56 F5.3 [cm/s2] loggc ? Logarithm of surface gravity for cold component 57 A1 --- f_loggc [-] indicates a second value 58- 60 F3.1 [cm/s2] loggc2 ? Second value of surface gravity for cold component 62- 70 A9 --- r_loggh Reference for logg 72 A1 --- l_(Fe/H)h [~] Limit flag on (Fe/H)h 73- 78 F6.3 [Sun] (Fe/H)h ? Iron abundance relative to the Sun of hot component 80 A1 --- l_(Fe/H)c [≲] Limit flag on (Fe/H)c 81- 86 F6.3 [Sun] (Fe/H)c ? Iron abundance relative to the Sun of cold component 88- 96 A9 --- r_(Fe/H)h Reference for Fe/H 98- 99 A2 --- l_logn(Li)h [<≥ ] Limit flag on logn(Li)h 100-104 F5.2 [Sun] logn(Li)h ? Lithium abundance of hot component 105 A1 --- f_logn(Li)h [/-] indicates a second value 106-109 F4.2 [Sun] logn(Li)h2 ? Second value of lithium abundance of hot component 110-116 A7 --- n_logn(Li)h Detection of logn(Li)h (1) 118-119 A2 --- l_logn(Li)c [≤∼ ] Limit flag on logn(Li)c 120-124 F5.2 [Sun] logn(Li)c ? Lithium abundance of cold component 125 A1 --- f_logn(Li)c [-/] indicates a second value 126-129 F4.2 [Sun] logn(Li)c2 ? Second value of lithium abundance of cold component 130-137 A8 --- n_logn(Li)c Detection of logn(Li)c (1) 139-147 A9 --- r_logn(Li)h Reference for lithium abundance 149-150 A2 --- l_vsinih [<≥ ] Limit flag on vsinih 151-156 F6.2 km/s vsinih ? Projected rotational velocity for hot component 157 A1 --- u_vsinih [?] Uncertainty flag on vsinih1 158 A1 --- f_vsinih [/-] indicates a second value 159-162 F4.1 km/s vsinih2 ? Second value of projected rotational velocity for hot component 163 A1 --- u_vsinih2 [?] Uncertainty flag on vsinih2 165-168 A4 --- n_vsinih Detection of vsinih (2) 170-171 A2 --- l_vsinic [<≥ ] Limit flag on vsinic 172-178 F7.3 km/s vsinic ? Projected rotational velocity for cold component 179 A1 --- f_vsinic [/-] indicates a second value 180-184 F5.1 km/s vsinic2 ? Second value of projected rotational velocity for cold component 185-189 A5 --- n_vsinic Detection of vsinic (2) 191-204 A14 --- r_vsinih Reference for vsini 206-233 A28 --- CaII(H+K) Information of CaII H&K emission (3) 235-259 A25 --- Halpha Information of Hα emission (4) 261-262 A2 --- l_LX [≤ ] Limit flag on LX 263-274 F12.7 10+24W LX ? X-Ray luminosity (10+31erg/s) 275 A1 --- f_LX [/-] indicates a second value 276-280 F5.3 10+24W LX2 ? Second value of X-Ray luminosity 282-294 A13 --- n_LX X-ray peculiarities (5) 296-314 A19 --- r_LX Reference for X-Ray luminosity 316-336 A21 --- UV Information of Ultra-Violet (6) 338-360 A23 --- IR Information of Infra-Red (7) 362-363 A2 --- l_SRadio [≤ ] Limit flag on SRadio 364-372 F9.3 mJy SRadio ? Radio flux density 373 A1 --- f_SRadio [-/] indicates a second value 374-379 F6.3 mJy SRadio2 ? Second value of radio flux density 380-396 A17 --- n_SRadio Note on SRadio (8) 398-416 A19 --- r_SRadio Reference for radio flux density
Note (1): the symbols are: Not dtc = not detected Not dtbl = not detectable Note (2): Note on vsini as follows: Invz = invisible (a+b) = close components Note (3): Note on CaII(H+K): cool = the cooler component is the emitter hot = the hotter component is the emitter both = both components show H and K emission ab = absorption abvcont = emission is above the continuum active = chromospherically active mod = moderately str = strong em = emission var = variable sharp = Ca emission is sharp weak = Ca emission is weak CaII IRT = Ca emission is from infrared triplet lines low = Ca emission is low not det = not detected photometric = Ca emission measured photometrically yes = Ca emission with no classified Note (4): Note on Halpha (differently from Ca II H&K): Core filling = Halpha emission shows itself as core filling No corr = Halpha emission shows no correlation with photometric wave Anti corr = Halpha emission is anti-correlated with photometric wave Exc = excess Fild-in = Halpha line appears as filled in sporadic = Halpha emission is sporadic corr = Halpha emission is correlated with photometric wave blu wing = Halpha emission appears at the blue wing flare = Halpha flare model = there exist a Halpha emission model Prominence = prominence modeling for Halpha Rc = core intensity relative to continuum Note (5): Note on LX: corr = correlated flare model = there exist a flare model for X ray emission model = there exist a model for X ray emission no solution = no solution unusual = unusual character for X ray emission Note (6): Note on UV: em = UV emission EUV = extreme UV emission excess = excess UV emission flare = UV flare Note (7): Note on IR: data = there exist data exc = excess flare = infrared flare radiometer = radiometer data Note (8): Note on SRadio: data = there exist data millimeter flare = flare at millimeter wavelengths not dtc = not detected
Byte-by-byte Description of file: param2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
2- 4 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 6- 7 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 9 A1 --- l_Porb [~] Limit flag on Porb 10- 24 F15.9 d Porb ? Orbital period 26 A1 --- f_Porb [-] 27- 28 I2 d Porb2 ? Second value of Porb 29- 36 A8 --- n_Porb Note on Porb (1) 39- 47 A9 --- r_Porb Reference for orbital period 49- 67 A19 --- PorbVar Relative orbital period variation information (2) 69- 76 A8 --- r_PorbVar Reference for period variation 78- 88 F11.5 d T0 ? Julian date for phase zero (-2400000) 90-110 A21 --- n_T0 Nature of phase zero (3) 112-120 A9 --- r_T0 Reference for JD 122 A1 --- l_Vcm [~] Limit flag on Vcm 123-131 F9.4 km/s Vcm ? Center of mass radial velocity 132-135 A4 --- n_Vcm Note on Vcm 138-146 A9 --- r_Vcm Reference for Vcm 148 A1 --- l_Kh [~] Limit flag on Kh 149-156 F8.4 km/s Kh ? RV semiamplitude of hot component 157-162 A6 --- n_Kh [(A) (wide)] Note on K1 164 A1 --- l_Kc [~<] Limit flag on Kc 165-172 F8.3 km/s Kc ? RV semiamplitude of cold component 173-175 A3 --- n_Kc [(B) ] Note on Kc 177-185 A9 --- r_Kh Reference for semiamplitudes 187 A1 --- l_e Limit flag on e 188-193 F6.4 --- e ? Orbital Eccentricity 194-197 A4 --- n_e [(A) (AB) (ab)] Note on e 199-207 A9 --- r_e Reference for eccentricity 209-216 F8.4 deg w ? Longitude of periastron 217-227 A11 --- n_w Note on w 229-237 A9 --- r_w Reference for longitude of periastron 239-247 A9 --- aType Explanations (a,a1,a sin i,a1 sin i) of amaj 249 A1 --- l_amaj [~>] Limit flag on amaj 250-257 F8.4 10+6km amaj ? Semi-major axis of apparent orbit (10+6km) 259-264 A6 --- n_amaj [(A) (ab) (wide) "] Note on amaj 266-274 A9 --- r_amaj Reference for amaj 276 A1 --- l_dist Limit flag on dist 277-295 F19.14 pc dist ? Distance 296 A1 --- f_dist [-] 297-299 I3 pc dist2 ? Second value of distance 301-306 A6 --- n_dist [(phot) ] Note on dist (phot for photometric) 308-316 A9 --- r_dist Reference for distance
Note (1): Note on Porb as follows: (AB) = Orbital information for AB components und. = Orbit is undetermined Note (2): Note on PorbVar: LTE = Light time effect Var period = orbital period is variable decreasing = orbital period is decreasing Note (3): Nature of phase zero: arbitrary = arbitrary conj = conjunction max RV = maximum radial velocity not clear = type of epoch is not clear periastron = periastron passage pri min = primary minimum pri transit = primary minimum is a transit
Byte-by-byte Description of file: param3.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 8 A1 --- Flag [*] * when mass is multiplied by sin3i 10- 11 A2 --- l_Massh [=≳ ] Limit flag on Massh 12- 17 F6.4 solMass Massh ? Mass of hot component 18 A1 --- f_Massh [-/] 19- 23 F5.3 solMass Massh2 ? Second value of mass of hot component 25- 26 A2 --- l_Massc [=≳ ] Limit flag on Massc 27- 32 F6.4 solMass Massc ? Mass of cold component 33 A1 --- f_Massc [-/] 34- 37 F4.2 solMass Massc2 ? Second value of mass of cold component 38- 43 A6 --- n_Massc Total of tertiary mass (1) 45- 53 F9.7 --- f(M) ? Mass function 54- 61 A8 --- n_f(M) Note on mass function 63- 71 A9 --- r_Massh Reference for mass 73 A1 --- l_Rh [≥∼ ] Limit flag on Rh 74- 80 F7.4 solRad Rh ? Radius of hot component 81 A1 --- f_Rh2 [-/] 82- 86 F5.2 solRad Rh2 ? Second value of radius of hot component 87- 89 A3 --- n_Rh [(a) ] Note on Rh 90 A1 --- f_Rh []] "]" when Rh computed by us from existing catalog data 92- 93 A2 --- l_Rc [<≥ ] Limit flag on Rc 94-101 F8.4 solRad Rc ? Radius of cold component 102 A1 --- f_Rc2 [-/] 103-107 F5.2 solRad Rc2 ? Second value of radius of cold component 108 A1 --- u_Rc2 [?] Uncertainty flag on Rc2 109 A1 --- f_Rc []] "]" when Rc computed by us from existing catalog data 111-119 A9 --- r_Rh Reference for radii 121-128 A8 --- Eclipse Nature of eclipse if exist 130-138 A9 --- r_Eclipse Reference for eclipse 140 A1 --- l_Inc [>≲ ] Limit flag on Inc 141-147 F7.3 deg Inc ? Inclination of orbit (if rotational axis indicated in n_Inc as rot) 148 A1 --- f_Inc2 [-/] 149-150 I2 deg Inc2 ? Second value of inclination of orbit 151 A1 --- f_Inc []] "]" when Inc computed by us from existing catalog data 152-157 A6 --- n_Inc [(AB) (wide) rot] Note on Inc (rot if rotational axis) 159-170 A12 --- r_Inc Reference for inclination 172-195 A24 --- SpotMod Character and reference for spot models (2)
Note (1): Note on Mass: mtot = total mass of the system ter = tertiary Note (2): Note on Spot Models: DI = Doppler imaging data Halpha = spot model from H alpha em data ILOT = spot model from ILOT technique LC = light curve modeling MaxE = Maximum entropy method OH = model from OH molecular band Tikhonov = model from Tikhonov TiO = model from TiO molecular band WD = model from Wilson-Devinney ZeemanDI = model from Zeeman Doppler imaging
Byte-by-byte Description of file: param4.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/409] Sequential number of the star 5- 6 I2 --- SbO [1/15] Suborder of entries of given order 8 A1 --- l_FRatio [~%] Limit flag on FRatio 9- 17 F9.6 --- FRatio ? Ratio of the surface fluxes between components 18 A1 --- f_FRatio2 [/] 19- 20 I2 --- FRatio2 ? Second value of FRatio 21 A1 --- f_FRatio3 [/] 22- 25 F4.1 --- FRatio3 ? Third value of FRatio 26 A1 --- f_FRatio (]) "]" when FRatio estimated from the spectra of the system 27- 37 A11 --- n_FRatio Note on FRatio (1) 39- 43 A5 --- Band Wavelength region of flux ratio 45- 51 A7 --- r_FRatio Reference for flux ratio 53- 69 F17.14 mag VMAG ? Absolute total V magnitude 70 A1 --- n_VMAG [*] * when corrected for reddening and 3rd body 72- 92 A21 --- r_VMAG Reference for VMAG 94- 95 A2 --- l_MF [≤] Limit flag on MF 96-104 E9.5 10-4T MF ? Magnetic field strength (in Gauss unit) 105 A1 --- f_MF [-/] 106-113 E8.5 10-4T MF2 ? Second value of magnetic field strength 114-116 A3 --- n_MF [T inf] Note on MF (inf for infinity) 118-126 A9 --- r_MF Reference for magnetic field 128-141 A14 --- Pol Information of polarisation 143-155 A13 --- r_Pol Reference for polarisation
Note (1): Note on FRatio: t/p = tertiary/primary s/p = secondary/primary bol = bolometric
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 5 A5 --- Ref Reference code 7- 25 A19 --- BibCode BibCode 27- 78 A52 --- Aut Author's name 80-178 A99 --- Com Comments
Byte-by-byte Description of file: comments.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 A4 --- Com Comment number 6- 80 A75 --- Text Text of the comment
Acknowledgements: Nurten Filiz Ak, nfak(at)erciyes.edu.tr
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 27-Jun-2008
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