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#---Table: III/43/./rem.dat Remarks and Notes  (357 records)
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   9|OB?
  38|HR 2284=ADS 4978 AB. USE C.D. FOR CHART.
  56|SOME INDICATION OF DOUBLE LINES ON ONE PLATE.
  90|P CYGNI-LIKE?
  94|CSV.
 104|BRIGHT STAR CATALOGUE NOTES "VAR?",PROBABLY ON BASIS OF PUBLS.ASTRON.SOC.P
 104|ACIFIC 46,233,1934.
 119|P CYGNI-LIKE?
 147|SLIGHT INDICATION OF P CYGNI CHARACTER.
 167|HR 2678=ADS 5795 AB.
 193|MAY BE B7 II.
 202|ADS 5837 A.
 289|DOUBLE LINES?
 355|STRENGTH OF BALMER JUMP ON ONE PLATE SUGGESTS SHELL STAR. NOT IN THE HALF-
 355|EMISSION CATALOGUE OF WACKERLING(1970).A SR-EU STAR ACCORDING TO L.MUNCH,B
 355|OL.OBS.TONANTZINTLA Y TACUBAYA NO.5,WITHOUT PAGE NUMBERS.
 370|DOUBLE LINES?
 391|MWC 560.SPECTRUM NOVA-LIKE WHEN OBSERVED AT MT.WILSON IN 1943; OUR MATERIA
 391|L SUGGESTS THE SPECTRUM MAY BE LITTLE CHANGED 25 YEARS LATER.AT THIS DISPE
 391|RSION THE SPECTRUM RESEMBLES THAT OF NO.1411.
 396|WEAKLY P CYGNI-LIKE.
 418|HR 2855.
 455|PART OF A SMALL ASSOCIATION OF LATE-TYPE SUPERGIANTS,WITH NOS.456,460,AND
 455|463.
 456|SEE 455.
 460|SEE 455.
 463|SEE 455.
 484|DOUBLE.COMPANION ABOUT 10" SOUTH IS ALSO OB+.
 521|A HELIUM-RICH STAR ACCORDING TO MACCONNELL ET AL,PUBLS,ASTRON.SOC.PACIFIC
 521|82,730.
 548|HR 2911. HBET WEAK.
 584|WEAKLY P CYGNI-LIKE.
 591|BLUE PLATE SUGGESTS A POSSIBLE SPECTRAL OVERLAP OF AN OB + WR,BUT THE RED
 591|PLATE DOES NOT CONFIRM.
 603|OVERLAP.
 664|A CLOSE OVERLAP OF TWO STARS,BOTH PROBABLY OB.
 688|OUR LUMINOSITY CLASSIFICATIONS FOR THIS STAR SCATTER CONSIDERABLY BETWEEN
 688|FOUR DIFFERENT PLATES,FROM CLASS III TO IA+,SUGGESTING SHELL ACTIVITY.
 704|HR 2996.
 742|FLAT CONTINUUM.
 766|HBET AND 4686 EMISSION SUSPECTED.
 779|PROBABLY COMPOSITE,OB + M.
 827|INVOLVED IN NEBULOSITY.
 840|APPEARS TO SHOW 4686 EMISSION BUT NO HALF EMISSION.
 868|4686,PLUS THE BALMER SERIES TO HBET OR HGAM,IN EMISSION.
 952|HE I LINES?
 968|USE C.D. FOR CHART.
 980|SDS A,GAM2 VEL.
 983|SDS A.
1046|H AND K WEAKLY PRESENT?
1047|H AND K WEAKLY PRESENT?
1058|SDS AB.
1078|ONE PLATE INDICATES A2 I.
1085|SDS AB.
1094|HD 72754. SEE I.A.U. VAR.STAR INFO.BULL.NO.483.
1113|HR 3445=SDS A;COMPANION TO 1112.SPECTRUM APPEARS EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH-LUMINO
1113|SITY,LIKE THE BRIGHTEST SUPERGIANTS IN THE LARGE MAGELLANIC CLOUD.BIDELMAN
1113| NOTES IN PUBLS.ASTRON.SOC.PACIFIC 66,250 THAT IT APPEARS TO BE SOMEWHAT M
1113|ORE LIMINOUS THAN THE F2 IA STANDARD STAR 89 HER.
1166|USE C.D. FOR CHART.
1179|POSSIBLE SHELL STAR ON BASIS OF HUGE BALMER JUMP.D LINES SUSPECTED ON RED
1179|PLATE.NOT CONTAINED IN WACKERLING'S CATALOGUE OF HALF-EMISSION STARS,SO TH
1179|E EMISSION IS PERHAPS VARIABLE.SLIT SPECTROGRAM CONFIRMS SHELL CHARACTER;
1179|SEE ASTROPHYS.LETTERS,2,153.
1181|HR 3527=SDS AB.
1222|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
1310|WEAKLY P CYGNI-LIKE.
1325|SUSPICION OF G BAND ON ONE PLATE.
1341|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
1349|RATHER FLAT CONTINUUM.
1354|PROBABLY SHOWS BLAMER JUMP.
1365|HR 3920.
1366|APPEARS TO BE IN A COMPACT CLUSTER WHICH ALSO CONTAINS AN M SUPERGIANT.
1411|HD 87643.EXTREME P CYGNI TYPE AT OUR DISPERSION,OR,MORE ACCURATELY,NOVA-LI
1411|KE. SEE ASTROPHYS.LETTERS,2,153.
1444|CLOSE DOUBLE,OR COMPOSITE,WITH AN M-TYPE PROBABLE LONG-PERIOD VARIABLE.
1457|HBET IN EMISSION AND POSSIBLY ALSO 4686.
1475|HD 89249. SEE ASTROPHYS.LETTERS,2,153.
1481|NO.21 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
1555|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
1625|THIS APPEARS TO BE HD 91421=NO.24 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (
1625|1962),ENTERED THERE BECAUSE REPORTED AS WN5 BY HOFFLEIT (1956) ALTHOUGH NO
1625|T CONFIRMED AS SUCH BY US,BY THE HEIDELBERG SURVEY,OR BY SMITH (1968).
1669|IN NGC 3293,TOO CROWDED TO SHOW ON MAIN IDENTIFICATION CHART.THIS CLUSTER
1669|IS ONE OF THE RICHEST OB CLUSTERS IN OUR ENTIRE SURVEY,AND ON OUR PLATES A
1669|PPEARS MAINLY AS A DENSE MASS OF HOPELESSLY OVERLAPPED OB SPECTRA.AS MENTI
1669|ONED IN THE TEXT,THE ONLY STARS CATALOGUED BY US IN SUCH CASES ARE THOSE F
1669|EW FOR WHICH IT SEEMS CERTAIN THAT A SINGLE IDENTIFIABLE STAR IS INVOLVED.
1671|IN NGC 3293.
1672|IN NGC 3293.
1674|IN NGC 3293.
1676|C.P.D. -57 3526.
1679|IN NGC 3293.
1685|IN NGC 3293.
1688|IN NGC 3293.
1712|SEE I.A.U. CIRCULAR 2328.
1715|ONE PLATE SUGGESTS POSSIBLE INTERSTELLAR 4430 ABSORPTION.
1749|COMPOSITE ACCORDING TO THE HD CATALOGUE.
1759|HBET AND 4686 EMISSION SUSPECTED ON SOME BLUE PLATES (THIS STAR APPEARS ON
1759|SEVEN OF THERM).
1765|THE CLASSIFICATION IS PURELY FORMAL,REFLECTING A RECORD-BREAKING BLAMER JU
1765|MP.PROBABLY A SHELL STAR,ON THIS BASIS.THIS IS HDE 305483=MWC 210 (BE). SE
1765|E ALSO HARVARD BULL.NO.846,8.
1839|SDS A.
1841|NO.1 IN THE LIST OF MACCONNELL AND SANDULEAK (1970).
1850|DESIGNATED LS 4 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
1932|4686 EMISSION SUSPECTED ON OUR PLATE.CALLED OE5 IN THE HD.FEAST ET AL IN M
1932|EM.ROY.ASTRON.SOC.68,1,1957 NOTE: "PICKERING SERIES STRONG IN ABSORPTION,B
1932|UT 4686 NOT SEEN".
1964|NO.3 IN THE LIST OF MACCONNELL AND SANDULEAK (1970).
1970|HD 94305=NO.30 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).THE HD RIGHT
1970|ASCENSION IS 0M.7 IN ERROR.
2008|OVERLAP IN UV.
2015|BLUE PLATES SHOW NARROW BALMER EMISSION PLUS OTHER LINES,AND SUGGEST POSSI
2015|BLE TIO BANDS,THE LATTER NOT CONFIRMED BY THE RED PLATE. PERHAPS THE OBJEC
2015|T DISCUSSED BY HENIZE IN ASTROPHYS.J.115,133.
2018|FLAT CONTINUUM.
2033|SPECTRUM IS SIMILAR TO THAT OF AG CAR,NO.2035.PERHAPS THIS IS THE STAR REF
2033|ERRED TO BY E.C. PICKERING IN ASTROPHYS.J.4,142,AS SIMILAR TO ETA CARINAE.
2035|THE BLUE-REGION SPECTRUM IS SIMILAR TO THAT OF GG CAR,NO.2033. THE HALF PL
2035|ATE,HOWEVER,SHOWS IN ADDITION THAT THERE IS A PLANETARY NEBULA HERE,LISTED
2035| ALSO BY PEREK AND KOHOUTEK (1967).
2063|NO.32 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962)? L.SMITH (1968) CALLS
2063|THIS STAR WN8 + OB.
2076|NO.33 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
2110|COMPONENT A IS ALSO OB OR OB1.
2112|DESIGNATED LS 6 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
2148|COMPOSITE?
2151|FLAT CONTINUUM,WITH VERY WEAK 4686 EMISSION.CONSIDERABLY SIMILAR TO SCO X-
2151|1;SEE ASTROPHYS.LETTERS 1,247,1968 AND 8,3,1971.
2158|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2173|DESIGNATED LS 7 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
2182|VERY FLAT CINTINUUM.
2218|MAY BE CLOSE NORTH-SOUTH DOUBLE.
2237|HR 4352=SDS A.
2238|STRONG FEATURE AT THE POSITION OF THE K LINE.
2268|OVERLAP IN UV.
2275|LOOKS SOMEWHAT NEBULOUS ON OUR PLATES.
2289|NO.39 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
2297|PRECEDING STAR OF A PAIR.
2305|IT IS RATHER SURPRISING THAT THIS RAHTER BRIGHT STAR,THOUGH NOT A KNOWN VA
2305|RIABLE,IS NOT IN THE HD CATALOGUE.
2330|MIDDLE STAR IN A ROUW OF THREE.
2369|HR 4438; OVERLAP.
2400|SAME NOTE AS FOR 2305.
2427|SDS ABC.
2455|POSSIBLY COMPOSITE,WITH A K STAR.
2457|NO.68 ON CHART BY LYNGA (1969).
2481|NO.74 ON CHART BY LYNGA (1969).
2512|NO.87 ON CHART BY LYNGA (1969).
2513|NO.88 ON CHART BY LYNGA (1969).
2533|CLASSIFIED ONLY FROM AN HALF PLATE.BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG CHART;
2533|OUR IMAGE THERE IS HAND-ENTERED.
2538|SAME REMARK AS 2533.
2541|COMPOSITE?
2557|RATHER FLAT CONTINUUM.
2581|COMPONENT B OF 2580.
2648|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2652|USE C.D. FOR CHART.
2672|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2676|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2681|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2682|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2683|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2685|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
2720|HR 4806=SDS A.
2742|STRONG ABSORPTION NEAR POSITION OF K LINE.
2744|FOLLOWS A MUCH BRIGHTER STAR BY ABOUT 50".
2764|WEAK-LINE F STAR?
2777|PRECEDES A SOMEWHAT BRIGHTER STAR BY 30".
2933|SDS AB; THE MUSCAE.
2979|PRECEDING MEMBER OF A 15" PAIR OF SIMILAR BRIGHTNESS.
3006|ABOUT 15" NORTH PRECEDING A VISUALLY BRIGHTER STAR.
3038|HR 5027; RATHER FLAT CONTINUUM.
3071|USE C.D. FOR CHART.
3076|NORTH FOLLOWING,AND SOUTH PRECEDING,TWO BRIGHTER STARS,BY ABOUT 1/2' IN EA
3076|CH CASE.
3085|MIDDLE STAR OF CLOSE STRING OF THREE ALIGNED IN POSITION ANGLE 135-315.
3108|A FEW SECONDS SOUTH PRECEDING A CONSIDERABLY BRIGHTER STAR.
3111|NO.48 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
3117|DESIGNATED LS 8 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
3162|NO.51 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
3164|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATE. ABOUT 10" WEST OF A CONSIDERABLY
3164|BRIGHTER STAR.
3166|WR + OB,OR OF.
3169|BROAD EMISSION BAND IN ULTRAVIOLET? PROBABLY A MONOCHROMATIC IMAGE OF THE
3169|OTHERWISE UNNOTICED PLANETARY NEBULA NO.309-4.1 OF PEREK AND KOHOUTEK (196
3169|7).
3173|NO.52 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962).
3189|WR + OB,OR OF. CHARTED ON REGION "R".
3218|GREATLY ENHANCED HBET.
3219|USE C.D. FOR CHART.
3231|HR 5375=SDS A. USE C.D. FOR CHART.
3234|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS.
3235|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS.
3239|COMPONENT B OF 3240.
3268|RATHER FLAT CONTINUUM.
3289|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATES.
3299|LISTED AS PROBABLE WOLF-RAYET WACKERLING (1970).
3319|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATE. BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG C
3319|HART; OUR IMAGE THEREON IS HAND-ENTERED.
3331|HR 5664.
3333|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATE. BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG C
3333|HART; OUR IMAGE THEREON IS HAND-ENTERED.
3336|SDS A.
3347|HE I LINES VISIBLE. HEPS ENHANCED.
3385|ABOUT 25" EAST OF A COMPARABLY BRIGHT STAR.
3391|WEAK 4686 EMISSION. SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS. WEBSTER (PUB
3391|LS.ASTRON.SOC.PACIFIC 78,136,1966) HAS OBSERVED THE 4686 EMISSION ON A SLI
3391|T SPECTROGRAM.
3417|COMPONENT B OF THE DOUBLE MAY ALSO BE OB-.
3418|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS. THIS IS HD 141969 (PROBABLY P CY
3418|GNI TYPE)=MWC 238? OUR PLATES SHOW BLAMER LINE EMISSION PLUS A STRONG EMIS
3418|SION NEAR LAM 3727,PRESUMABLY FROM THE ASSOCIATED PLANETARY NEBULA (OTHERW
3418|ISE UNNOTED BY US) NO.320-9.1 OF THE LIST OF PEREK AND KOHOUTEK (1967).
3438|USE C.D. FOR CHARTS.
3464|ALSO BALMER LINE EMISSION,WITH STEEP DECREMENT.
3465|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS.
3508|ABOUT 50" NORTH PRECEDING A MUCH BRIGHTER STAR.
3516|ABOUT 30" SOUTH PRECEDING A BRIGHT STAR.
3517| ABOUT 1/2' NORTHWEST OF A BRIGHTER STAR. SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE
3517| MAIN CHARTS.
3531|HEPS ENHANCED.
3556|ABOUT 40" SOUTH PRECEDING A CONSIDERABLY BRIGHTER STAR.
3560|ABOUT 50" WEST OF A BRIGHTER STAR.
3583|ABOUT 30" SOUTH PRECEDING A COMPARABLY BRIGHT STAR.
3591|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS.
3606|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING MAIN CHARTS.
3636|HR 6142=SDS A.
3646|CENTRAL STAR OF A PLANETARY NEBULA (NGC 6309) VISIBLE OF THE HALF PLATE.
3673|SHELL? THE HYDROGEN LINES ARE TOO WEAK FOR THE ASSIGNED TYPE, BUT THERE IS
3673| NO EVIDENCE OF LINE EMISSION.
3693|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATE. BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG C
3693|HART; OUR IMAGE THERE IS HAND-ENTERED.
3694|SLIGHT CHANCE OF BEING FP OR F + OB.
3700|COMPONENT C TO 3701.
3701|SDS AB.
3709|A LONG-PERIOD VARIABLE,PROBABLY CSV 2778,IS ABOUT 1/2' TO THE NORTHEAST.
3741|4686 EMISSION SUSPECTED.
3764|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3771|30" SOUTH PRECEDING A BRIGHTER STAR.
3787|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3807|HR 6261.
3828|SDS A.
3832|ABOUT 30" SOUTH FOLLOWING A NEARLY EQUAL STAR.
3853|ABOUT 30" NORTH PRECEDING 3854,WITH WHICH IT IS BLENDED ON THE IDENTIFICAT
3853|ION CHART.
3854|SEE REMARK FOR 3853.
3858|SOUTH FOLLOWING A MUCH BRIGHTER STAR.
3867|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3871|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATE.BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG CH
3871|ART; OUR IMAGE THEREON IS HAND-ENTERED.
3885|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3888|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3892|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3893|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3896|DESIGNATED LS 11 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
3899|TYPE OF IN WACKERLING (1970).
3901|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3909|SEE SPECIAL CHARTS FOLLOWING THE MAIN ONES.
3918|HDE 326823. RATHER LIKE NO.1411. SEE M.N. 122,247.
3919|HR 6347.
3937|THIS C.D. STAR IS NOT ON THE C.D. CHART; WOULD OTHERWISE BE CALLED -40 111
3937|76NP.
3951|DESIGNATED LS 12 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF SMITH (1968).
3982|A TRIPLE STAR IN THE SDS CATALOGUE. THE PRIMARY IS A G SUPERGIANT,SEE I.A.
3982|U.CIRC.NO.2143,1969. COMPONENT C IS NOT DETECTABLE ON OUR PLATES.
4005|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON AN HALF PLATE.BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE WURZBURG
4005| CHART;OUR IMAGE THEREON HAS BEEN HAND-ENTERED.
4064|NEAR NO.4065 (ALSO WR) AND 4067 (OF OR WR + OB). ALL ARE PART OF A CLUSTER
4064| CONTAINING A NUMBER OF HALF-EMISSION STARS.
4065|SEE 4064.
4067|MAY BE WR + OB. SEE 4064.
4068|PROBABLY ROBERTS (1962) NO.70,THOUGH SMITH (1968) GIVES A DECLINATION 5 DI
4068|FFERENT.
4080|ENVELOPED,WITH NOS.4081,4095,AND 4101,IN NEBULOSITY.
4081|SEE 4080.
4095|SEE 4080.
4101|SEE 4080.
4168|P CYGNI-LIKE.
4225|SDS A.
4226|COMPANION (13" IN 80) TO 4225,UNRESOLVED ON IDENTIFICATION CHART.
4265|CLASSIFICATION BASED ONLY ON HALF PLATES.
4295|MAY BE F STAR;OVERLAP IN VIOLET.
4332|HD 160529=MWC 266. OE5 IN HD. THE SPECTRUM IS PERHAPS VARIABLE. SEE ALSO A
4332|STROPHYS.J.91,592, AND 99,206.
4334|STRONG EMISSION NEAR HGAM--(0 111)4363?
4338|FLAT CONTINUUM. THIS IS HD 160641,EXTREMELY HYDROGEN-DEFICIENT (CF. BIDELM
4338|AN,ASTROPHYS.J.116,227,1952).
4340|NEAR MAXIMUM WHEN THE HALF PLATES WERE TAKEN;SEE I.A.U.INF.BULL.ON VAR.STA
4340|RS NO.323,1968.
4356|CSV.
4368|SHOWS O VI 3811,3834.THIS STAR WAS ERRONEOUSLY SUGGESTED TO BE THE X-RAY S
4368|OURCE GX 3+1 IN ASTROPHYS.J.LETTERS 152,L137.
4394|BLENDED WITH 4393 ON IDENTIFICATION CHART.
4401|ABOUT 30" SOUTH PRECEDING A SOMEWHAT BRIGHTER STAR,THE PAIR BEING UNRESOLV
4401|ED ON THE CHART.
4405|HDE 316285=C.D. -27 11944 (NOT INCLUDED ON C.D. CHART)=MWC 272. MANY EMISS
4405|ION LINES ARE SEEN ON OUR PLATES,BUT NOT THE EXTREME P CYGNI CHARACTER COM
4405|MENTED ON BY MERRILL IN PUBLS.ASTRON.SOC.PACIFIC 60,381 AND ASTROPHYS.J.61
4405|,418. SEE ALSO ASTROPHYS.J.93,352.MERRILL'S DESCRIPTION OF THE STAR INDICA
4405|TES THAT NOS.1411 AND 3918 OF THE PRESENT CATALOGUE ARE STILL MORE EXTREME
4405|. THE REDNESS NOTED BY US FOR NO.4405 HAS LONG BEEN A SOURCE OF INTEREST A
4405|ND IS APPARENTLY AT LEAST IN LARGE PART INTERSTELLAR SINCE THE LIGHT OF TH
4405|E STAR SHOWS MORE THAN 3% POLARISATION,SEE ASTROPHYS.J.124,43.
4430|SDS A.
4467|ABOUT 25" NORTH PRECEDING A CONSIDERABLY BRIGHTER STAR.
4478|HBET WEAK.
4569|PROBABLY NO.80 IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962),ALTHOUGH OUR
4569|COORDINATES AND HIS ARE UNUSUALLY DISCORDANT.THE POSITION GIVEN BY US IS T
4569|HE MEAN OF ACCORDANT MEASUREMENTS ON TWO HALF PLATES;THE CLASSIFICATION AL
4569|SO DEPENDS SOLELY ON THE HALF REGION. THE STAR IS BELOW THE LIMIT OF THE W
4569|URZBURG CHART,BUT EASILY FOUND ON THE PALOMAR PRINT,WHERE IT IS COMPARABLE
4569| TO THE BRIGHTER STAR SEVERAL MINUTES TO THE SOUTH. EVIDENTLY THIS STAR IS
4569| VERY RED.
4570|SEE 4571.
4571|ADS 10991 AB,POSITION ANGLE NEARLY PARALLEL TO OUR SPECTRAL DISPERSION.DOU
4571|BLE LINES SUSPECTED ON ONE PLATE.WITH NO.4570,AT THE CENTER OF A NEBULA.
4573|OVERLAP IN THE ULTRAVIOLET.HBET EMISSION?
4574|OBSCURED BY NEBULOSITY ON OUR CHART;USE THE C.D. FOR CHART.
4575|OBSCURED BY NEBULOSITY ON OUR CHART;USE THE C.D. FOR CHART.
4580|HR 6727.
4589|FLAT CONTINUUM. THIS STAR IS USUALLY CALLED HERSCHEL 36, AND IS NEAR THE "
4589|HOURGLASS"(CF.MONTLY NOT.ROY.ASTRON.SOC.110,343)IN THE NEBULA M8.
4624|ADS 11024 AB.
4628|NO.82(WC7) IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE OF ROBERTS (1962),ALTHOUGH OMITTED
4628|FROM THE CATALOGUE OF JASCHEK ET AL (1964).
4632|HD 165019,CALLED KO IN THE HD CATALOGUE. THIS SPECTRAL CLASSIFICATION DISA
4632|GREEMENT IS UNUSUAL ALTHOUGH IN A DIRECTION COMMON FOR HD CLASSIFICATIONS
4632|OF F AND G SUPERGIANTS.
4637|PRESUMABLY THE STAR DESIGNATED LS 14 (WN + OB) IN THE WOLF-RAYET CATALOGUE
4637| OF SMITH (1968).OUR DECLINATION,BASED ON ACCORDANT MEASUREMENTS OF FOUR P
4637|LATES, DIFFERS 8' FROM HERS BUT AGREES WITH THAT OF WACKERLING (1970) IF T
4637|HE STAR IS INDEED HDE 313846 (OF).
4654|C.D. -23 13906, NOT PLOTTED ON C.D. CHART. IS NORTH FOLLOWING -23 13908, W
4654|HICH IS PLOTTED.
4666|HR 6762.
4683|A PECULIAR ABSORPTION-LIKE FEATURE NEAR LAM 4700 SUGGEST OB + R, BUT THE R
4683|ED PLATE DOES NOT CONFIRM.
4697|SPECTRUM BADLY CONFUSED BY A SECOND, EQUAL STAR 30" SOUTH,WHICH MAY ALSO B
4697|E UV-RICH. THE OVERLAP MAY HAVE VITIATED THE CLASSIFICATION.
4710|C.D. -24 13985, NOT PLOTTED ON C.D. CHART.
4723|OVERLAP WITH 4724.
4724|OVERLAP WITH 4723.
4743|ADS 11136 A.
4750|ADS 11140 AB.
4757|HD 166612/3, CALLED F5 + A IN HD.
4769|ADS 11146 AB.
4790|ADS 11169 B; TOO CLOSE TO THE 3D-MAG.PRIMARY, OUR NO.4791,TO SHOW ON CHART
4790|. A TO B=16" IN 255.
4791|13 MU SGR=ADS 11169 A.
4819|ADS 11191 AB.
4821|ADS 11193 A.
4831|HR 6825=ADS 11196 A.
4973|A HELIUM-RICH STAR ACCORDING TO MACCONNELL ET AL,PUBLS.ASTRON.SOC.PACIFIC
4973|82,730.
5132|USE C.D. FOR IDENTIFICATION CHART.
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