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#-- II/68 Dearborn Catalogue of faint red stars (Lee+ 1947)
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#---Table: II/68/./notes.dat Notes to the catalog  (101 records)
#        DO I5     ---   [1/44076]+= Dearborn number
#      Cont A1     ---   [+] Indicates that there is a continuation
#                         in the next record
#      Text A73    ---   Text of note
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   83| |Possibly variable spectrum.
  230| |R Piscium.
  263| |SW Ceti.
  290| |Unusual structure in red end.
  351| |TT Piscium.
  929| |R Orionis. Merrill, Se? Ap. J. 56, 457, l922.
 1036| |EU Orionis.
 1050| |Short red spectrum with structure.
 1104| |DH Orionis.
 1120| |Strong absorption bands in yellow and green.  Possible structure in red.
 1534| |These Annals, Volume IV, Part 15.
 1740| |Like 1534.
 1841|+|Y Monocerotis.  Not visible to magnitude 11.9.
 1841| |*NASA addition: no Dearborn spectrum
 1918| |Unusual bands from red to green.
 1956| |R Canis Minoris.  Like 1534.
 2002| |Unusual bands in yellow-green.
 2022| |Extra band in red end.
 2162| |BS Monocerotis.
 2209| |Peculiar structure in red.
 2379| |Second red band unusually strong, 6159 A.
 2576| |Abnormally strong red end sharply cut off by deep absorption at 6159 A.
 2643| |Possible composite spectrum.
 2827| |Short spectrum.  Yellow-green abnormally strong compared to red.
 3044| |Peculiar structure in red end.
 3435| |Band structure unusually strong in green-blue.
 3867| |Red spectrum with sudden drop in intensity at about 5700 A.
 4261|+|*NASA addition: the listed declination is -5deg 5' even though the range
 4261|+|of the catalogue is supposed to go no further south than -4.5deg.
 4261| |This is the only star with a 1isted position further south than -5deg.
 4307| |Maximum intensity around 5700 A.  No blue light.
 4347| |SU Ophiuchi.
 4994| |Possibly has bands in yellow.
 5385| |Band structure in red not like M.
 5675| |Has real band structure but not like TiO from red to green.
 5940| |Intensity falls off much at about 5700 A.
 6320| |Even intensity red to yellow-green, then only faint trace in blue.
 6474|+|Strong spectrum only to green where there is evidence of deep bands. No
 6474| |blue light.
 6662| |Invisible on two direct plates.
 6751| |*NASA addition: blank magnitude.
 6858| |Intensity falls off abruptly in green, then trace of blue.
 6902| |Abrupt drop in green.  Faint in blue.
 7622| |H alpha and H beta strong emission. Spectrum banded in red end. H.B. 762.
 8394| |Two strong emissions in red end.
 9758| |Seems to have real emission around 6100 A.
12577| |Has unusual absorption bands in yellow and red.
12860| |This N star has an unusually short red spectrum.
14493| |Unusual structure in red seems to be real.
14540|+|Spectrum suddenly weaker toward blue from about 5300 A, than the red end
14540| |would indicate.
14712|+|*NASA addition: has the footnote symbol '#' in the published version, but
14712| |there is only a note referring to 15712
15339| |Very red even for an N star.
15377|+|T Coronae Borealis.  On plate taken March 15, 1940 this star has TiO
15377| |bands in red end, but is much stronger in the green-blue than an M star.
15550|+|*NASA addition: has the footnote symbol '#' in the published version, but
15550| |there is in fact no note.
15712| |Peculiar emission and absorption bands in red end.
16661|+|New variable.  Measured as 10.3 on July 4, 1940 and 12.5 on April 20,
16661| |1941.
16779|+|Uniform density of good spectral image from H alpha to about lamda= 5300,
16779| |then nothing.
16869| |Exceedingly red even for an N star.
17182| |Has marked emission at red end.
18760| |Oe star, magnitude 10.7, not in D.C.
19182| |Like 16779.
19781| |Oe star, magnitude 13, not in D.C.
20411|+|New Variable.  Fainter than 12 on Aug. 28, 1941. Brighter than 10 on
20411| |Sept. 12, 1942.
20612|+|New N type variable. Fainter than 12 on Aug. 28, 1941. About 10 on
20612| |Sept. 12, 1942.
23775| |Has absorption bands in green.
23885| |New var., Mag. 10.5 on Aug. 16, 1934. Est. 13 or fainter Feb. 2, 1940.
23990| |Red star. Spectral image faded at about wavelength 5300 A.
25467|+|New var. Mag. est. 11 on Sept. 14, 1936. Not visible on direct plate,
25467| |Feb. 2, 1940.  Fainter than 13.
25903| |New var. Mag. 10.5 on Sept. 12, 1942.  Fainter than 13, Oct. 6, 1942.
26148| |New var. Mag. 10.5 on Sept. 12, 1942.  Fainter than 13, Oct. 6, 1942
26601| |New var. Mag. 9.5 on Sept. 12, 1942. Fainter than 13, Oct. 6, 1942.
27583| |Has an extra absorption band at red end.
27783| |Strong spectrum in red disappears at 5300 A.
27910|+|Unusual Oe star.  Observed Nov. 10, 1942 and Feb. 6, 1943. Strong
27910| |emission near H alpha only, with very weak continuous.
28353|+|Probably new var. Mag. around 13-14 Feb. 1, and est. 12 on March 27,
28353| |1946.
28724|+|*NASA addition: has the footnote symbol '#' in the published version, but
28724| |there is in fact no note.
29955| |Peculiar intensity at or beyond hydrogen alpha.
31057| |New var. Est. 11th mag. Oct. 19, 1942 and 13.5 Nov. 7, 1943.
33157| |Spectral image stops at about 5300.
34485| |New var. Fainter than 13, July 8, 1943 and 9, Feb. 17, 1945.
34789| |New var. Fainter than 13, July 8, 1943 and 9.5 Feb. 17, 1945.
34814| |New var. Fainter than 13, July 8, 1943 and 8.5 Feb. 17, 1945.
36216| |New var. Mag. estimated 9.5 May 7, 1942; 13 or fainter Oct. 5, 1942.
36908| |New var.  Est. around 13, July 8, 1943; 10.5 March 29, 1946.
38296| |New var.  Est. fainter than 13, July 8, 1943; 10.5 March 29, 1945.
39931| |Not a normal R spectrum.
40041| |New var.  Mag. 10.5, Oct. 7, 1942; Est. 13, July 8, 1943.
42734| |Spectrum strong in red, suddenly stops at 5300 A.
43895| |This is one of the reddest M stars we have found.
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