J/AJ/80/972         Dwarf K and M stars at low latitudes     (Stephenson+, 1975)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/AJ/80/972 Dwarf K and M stars at low latitudes (Stephenson+, 1975) ================================================================================ Dwarf K and M stars discovered on objective-prism plates. Stephenson C.B., Sanduleak N. <Astron. J., 80, 972-975 (1975)> =1975AJ.....80..972S ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, dwarfs ; Stars, K-type ; Stars, M-type ; Magnitudes, photographic Abstract: We report 100 dwarf K and M stars found on objective-prism plates taken at low galactic latitudes, mostly in the southern sky. Most stars were recognized from the strength of the sodium D lines, and the majority have known proper motions of 0.1" or more per annum. Ninety-nine of these stars lack previous spectral classification; one lacks previous observation of line emission. Most have below the limits of the DM charts, and for there we provide identification charts.