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#-- III/150A Perkins Revised MK Types for the Cooler Stars (Keenan+ 1989)
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#---Table: III/150A/./notes.dat Notes to the catalog  (747 records)
#      Name A11    ---   Main identification of the star
#    n_Note A1     ---   [+] note by Brian Skiff
#      Note A44    ---   Text of note
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DL Cas     | |Cepheid variable (P = 8.0 days) generally
           | |accepted as a member of the cluster NGC 129.
#
HD 236446  | |The star is Kraft AB (Ap.J. 128, 161, 1958)
           | |in the field of the galactic cluster NGC
           | |129.  It is a foreground star.
#
HD 236449  | |The star is Kraft AA in the field of NGC
           | |129.  It is a foreground star.
#
HD 4614B   | |All the normally strong lines in the blue
           | |region are shallow, but the lines in the
           | |red region appear normal.
#
HD 5516    | |This is a two-line spectroscopic binary,
           | |but the spectrum looks normal at low
           | |dispersion.  The secondary is only slightly
           | |fainter than the primary.
#
HD 6497    | |Vr = -94.5 km/sec.
#
HD 6833    | |A high-velocity star with Vr =
           | |-248 km/sec.
#
HD 6903    | |V sin i = 91 km/sec.  Active chromosphere
           | |(Stickland and Williams, Observatory, 103,
           | |58, 1983).
#
HD 7672    | |= AY Cet
           | |Variable by about 0.2 magnitude (E.H.
           | |Olsen, Inf. Bull. Var. Stars, No. 925,
           | |1974IBVS..925....1O).
#
HD 236697  | |= V466 Cas.
           | |The star is a well-established member of
           | |NGC 457.
#
BD+59 274  | |Probable member of NGC 581.
#
BD+60 265  | |Possible member of Association Cas OB8.
#
HD 16068   | |Possible member of cluster Tr2.
#
#
HD 20084   | |This CH star is more luminous than most of
           | |those observed by Bond, and most closely
           | |resembles BS 8626 (see Plate 9 of the Atlas
           | |of Spectra of the Cooler Stars, by Keenan
           | |and McNeil).  It appears to be a halo star
           | |near the top of the Pop. II giant branch.
#
HD 22764   | |The weakness of the metal lines, plus
           | |slight strengthening of H-delta, and slight
           | |filling in of H and K suggest that the
           | |spectrum may be composite.
#
HD 27277   | |The star is Hoag #4 in NGC 1545.  HD 27292
           | |is #3.
#
HD 28099   | |The star is Van Beuren #64 in Hyades.  H
           | |and K are slightly shallow.
#
HD 283750  | |= Gl 172A, a BY Dra variable.  Fairly
           | |strong H and K emission.
#
HD 29712   | |(R Dor) The star is an SRB variable.
#
HD 33793   | |= Kapteyn's star.
           | |See Atlas Plate 19.  The peculiarity lies
           | |in the enhancement of the Ca I and Cr I
           | |lines relative to the strength of the TiO
           | |bands.  From the strength of the latter the
           | |type is assigned, placing the star more
           | |than one magnitude below the main sequence.
#
HD 34029   | |= Alpha Aur = Capella
           | |The type corresponds to the phase when the
           | |primary dominates the spectrum.  The
           | |influence of the secondary (of slightly
           | |earlier type) is not entirely absent, but
           | |Capella is included in the catalog because
           | |of its importance as an early G-giant
           | |binary with one of the best-known orbits.
#
HD 271182  | |= CPD -65 457     LMC.
#
HD 39045   | |Vr = +105 km/sec.
#
HD 39225   | |Vr = +101 km/sec.  BS 2018 and 2028, about
           | |two degrees apart not only have similar
           | |radial velocities, but both have small
           | |proper motions.
#
HD 49068   | |Probably a member of cluster NGC 2287.
#
HD 49091   | |Although in the field of NGC 2287, the star
           | |is probably not a member of the cluster.
#
HD 49105   | |Probably a member of NGC 2287.
#
HD 49212   | |Probably a member of NGC 2287.
#
HD 50877   | |= Omicron-1 CMa = HR 2580
           | |Possible member of cluster Cr 121.
#
HD 52938   | |In cluster M50 = NGC 2323.
#
HD 56009   | |Hoag #3 in cluster NGC 2353.  Probably a
           | |member.
#
HD 56577   | |= 145 CMa = HR 2764
           | |Possible member of Omicron-1 CMa group.
#
HD 57146   | |VV Cep system with comp. of type B8 III or
           | |A0 III (Parsons, P.A.S.P., 94, 642, 1982).
#
HD 58535   | |= #22 in Cr 140.  The star is a possible
           | |but doubtful member of this doubtful small
           | |cluster.  Our luminosity class gives d =
           | |240 pc in contrast to d = 360 pc of
           | |Williams (M.N.A.S.A., 26, 126, 1967).
           | |Hagen assigned it luminosity class II,
           | |which would make it a more likely member.
#
YY Gem     | |= HD 60179C = Alpha Gem C
           | |BY Dra eclipsing binary.  The metallic
           | |lines in the blue are all shallow, though
           | |Ca 4226 is wide.
#
HD 60898   | |(and HD 60899)
           | |These giants are in the field of NGC 2422,
           | |but have not been considered as members
           | |because of their proper motions.  The
           | |luminosity of HD 60898 (Mv = -1.25) places
           | |it at nearly the same distance as the
           | |cluster.  HD 60899 has a lower luminosity
           | |(Mv = 0.30) and is thus about one magnitude
           | |too faint to be a cluster member.
#
HD 60899   | |(with HD 60898)
           | |These giants are in the field of NGC 2422,
           | |but have not been considered as members
           | |because of their proper motions.  The
           | |luminosity of HD 60898 (Mv = -1.25) places
           | |it at nearly the same distance as the
           | |cluster.  HD 60899 has a lower luminosity
           | |(Mv = 0.30) and is thus about one magnitude
           | |too faint to be a cluster member.
#
HD 62058   | |= R Pup  Possible member of NGC 2439.
#
CPD-31 1790| |In NGC 2439.
#
HD 63660   | |The apparent weakness of the metal lines
           | |may be due to the presence of components
           | |from the companion in this spectroscopic
           | |binary.
#
HD 65662   | |Close to open cluster NGC 2516.  If a
           | |member, Mv = -2.32.
#
HD 65750   | |= V341 Car = HR 3126
           | |Probable member of NGC 2516.
#
HD 66342   | |Cox's star No. 110 in NGC 2516.  Member of
           | |cluster.
#
HD 68879   | |= #8 in NGC 2548.  The weakness of the
           | |K-line and the 3883 CN band suggest a
           | |companion of type F, but this is not
           | |certain.  Wallerstein found a metal
           | |deficiency of [Fe/H] = -0.51 (Ap.J., 140,
           | |858, 1964).
#
HD 73665   | |= 39 Cnc = HR 3427
           | |Probable member of Praesepe.
#
HD 73710   | |Probable member of Praesepe.
#
HD 73974   | |Probable member of Praesepe.
#
HD 88639   | |Member 61 Cyg group?
#
AD Leo     | |= Gamma Leo C = BD+20 2465 = Gl 1388
           | |= ADS 7724C
           | |Flare star.
#
HD 90362   | |The atomic lines suggest a type of K4.5,
           | |but TiO gives M0.  Probably has high
           | |velocity, since proper motion is large.
#
HD 96765   | |The strong G-band and weak atomic lines
           | |were noticed first by Bidelman.
#
HD 101007  | |VV Cep type binary.
#
HD 106677  | |A double-lined RS CVn binary.
#
HD 111812  | |On classification spectrograms the chief
           | |peculiarity noticeable is the weakness of H
           | |and K and some other metallic lines
           | |(Morgan, Abt, Tapscott 1978).  On plates of
           | |higher dispersion the lines can be seen to
           | |be broader than in most G0 stars.  31 Com
           | |lies in the Hertzsprung gap, where it is
           | |difficult to find a star with a spectrum
           | |that can be termed "normal".
#
CPD-59 4547| |This is star D in NGC 4755.
#
HD 121447  | |This is a barium-carbon star with the Ca
           | |4737 band slightly weaker than in the two
           | |similar stars, HD 24035 and HD 107541,
           | |described by MacConnell, Frye and Upgren
           | |(A.J., 77, 384, 1972).
#
HD 123657  | |There is some indication that the spectral
HD 123657  | |type may vary between M4+ and M5.
#
HD 124897  | |= Alpha Boo
HD 124897  | |Spectroscopically the star appears about
HD 124897  | |one magnitude too faint compared to the
HD 124897  | |value of Mv = -0.2 corresponding to the
HD 124897  | |large trigonometric parallax.  With a space
HD 124897  | |velocity of 115 km/sec Arcturus seems to
HD 124897  | |belong to the old disk population.
#
HD 126327  | |= RX Boo
HD 126327  | |Usually gM8, but sometimes as early as M7.5.
#
HD 130255  | |This peculiar spectrum has 4376/4383
HD 130255  | |suggesting a giant that is a marginal
HD 130255  | |barium star with CN unusually weak.  The
HD 130255  | |ratio CN/CH would be consistent with
HD 130255  | |classification as a dwarf barium star.
#
HD 133216  | |= Sigma Lib
HD 133216  | |Possibly slightly variable in type.
#
HD 134439  | |= Gl 579.2 A
HD 134439  | |Has Vr = +294 km/sec and appears to be
HD 134439  | |definitely a halo star.
#
HD 148349  | |The star has a high space velocity.
#
HD 160371  | |= BM Sco
HD 160371  | |In open cluster M6 = NGC 6405.
#
HD 170174  | |= Hiltner #116 in NGC 6633.
#
BD+06 3796 | |= Hiltner #134 in NGC 6633.  The star is a
BD+06 3796 | |member.
#
BD+06 3798 | |= Hiltner #140 in NGC 6633.
#
HD 170820  | |This is star No. 150 in M25 (IC 4725).
#
HD 234677  | |= BY Dra
HD 234677  | |Prototype of the BY Dra variables.  The
HD 234677  | |spectrum is definitely composite.  Strong
HD 234677  | |emission in H and K.
#
HD 186776  | |= V973 Cyg = HR 7523
HD 186776  | |Probably has a high space velocity.  Vr = -
HD 186776  | |102 km/sec.  The spectral type may be
HD 186776  | |variable.
#
HD 350801  | |The star is No. 8 in the open cluster
HD 350801  | |Harvard 20, and is probably a member
HD 350801  | |according to D. G. Turner (Publ. A.S.P.,
HD 350801  | |92, 840, 1980).
#
#
#
HD 191511  | |The star is in the field of the possible
HD 191511  | |open cluster Roslund 5.  Lee and Perry
HD 191511  | |(A.J., 76, 464, 1971) doubt the reality of
HD 191511  | |the cluster.  From their distance (330 pc)
HD 191511  | |Mv of HD 191511 would be +0.37, while if it
HD 191511  | |had the normal luminosity of a G7 III star
HD 191511  | |Mv = +0.6, which is reasonably consistent
HD 191511  | |with membership.  The weak-line character
HD 191511  | |seems too marked for a cluster member,
HD 191511  | |however.
#
BD+29 3865 | |= Hoag #2 in IC 4996.  Foreground star in
BD+29 3865 | |cluster field.
#
HD 196610  | |= EU Del = HR 7886
HD 196610  | |Type slightly variable:  M6- to M6+.  The
HD 196610  | |space motion exceeds 140 km/sec.
#
HD 194241  | |Foreground star in field of NGC 6910.
#
HD 197752  | |= 30 Vul = BS 7939
HD 197752  | |This spectroscopic binary has a rather
HD 197752  | |large proper motion, but the spectrum is
HD 197752  | |that of a normal Population I star.
#
HD 202259  | |The radial velocity of -123.5 km/sec
HD 202259  | |measured by R. Griffin places the star in
HD 202259  | |the high-velocity population.
#
HD 207328  | |In Tr 37 = IC 1391.
#
HD 217476  | |This supergiant was given a type of G0 Ia
HD 217476  | |in Johnson and Morgan (1953).  Perkins
HD 217476  | |spectrograms in 1950 and 1957 give types
HD 217476  | |ranging from G0 to G1, but by 1970 the type
HD 217476  | |appeared to be considerably later and the
HD 217476  | |luminosity greater (Keenan 1970).  The type
HD 217476  | |given in the catalog is based on a series
HD 217476  | |of matched spectrograms extending from 1970
HD 217476  | |to 1987.  On these small-scale plates only
HD 217476  | |the Balmer lines and blend surrounding Sr
HD 217476  | |II 4078 showed appreciable variations and
HD 217476  | |the detailed changes in the line depths and
HD 217476  | |shapes described by Hermer, Lawson and
HD 217476  | |Stickland (1978) did not affect the type
HD 217476  | |appreciably.
#
HD 217906  | |= beta Peg = HR 8775
HD 217906  | |The spectral type is probably slightly
HD 217906  | |variable.
#
HD 218356  | |= 56 Peg = HR 8796
HD 218356  | |The type given assumes that the observed
HD 218356  | |lines arise in the atmosphere of the bright
HD 218356  | |giant primary of this system, in which a
HD 218356  | |white dwarf secondary has been reported (M.
HD 218356  | |Schindler et. al, SAO Special Report 392,
HD 218356  | |125, 1981).  The continuing presence of
HD 218356  | |strong H and K emission, plus the weakness
HD 218356  | |of CN and other features suggests the
HD 218356  | |possibility that the hypothesized accretion
HD 218356  | |disk affects the spectrum even in the
HD 218356  | |photographic region.  In that case the
HD 218356  | |estimation of luminosity class is not
HD 218356  | |valid.
#
HD 218738  | |= AD5165578. A BY Dra variable?
#
HD 219615  | |= Gamma Psc = HR 8852
HD 219615  | |Although the radial velocity is not large,
HD 219615  | |the proper motion indicates a space
HD 219615  | |velocity exceeding 100 km/sec.
#
BD+48 4065 | |The star is Hoag #3 in the field of NGC
BD+48 4065 | |7686, but must be considered a doubtful
BD+48 4065 | |member of a doubtful cluster.
#
HD 221148  | |The star has a space velocity in excess of
HD 221148  | |100 km/sec.
#
HD 221203  | |= Hoag #2.
HD 221203  | |Foreground star in field of NGC 7686.
#
HD 221246  | |The star is Hoag #1 in the field of NGC
HD 221246  | |7686, but must be considered a probable
HD 221246  | |field star.
#
HD 224014  | |= Rho Cas
HD 224014  | |During its minimum of 1946-47, when about
HD 224014  | |1.5 magnitudes fainter than normal, the
HD 224014  | |spectrum changed markedly from its 1940
HD 224014  | |type of F8, developing TiO bands
HD 224014  | |(Beardsley, 1961).  Detailed changes in the
HD 224014  | |spectrum through 1960 have been described
HD 224014  | |by Sargent (1961).  Although the star has
HD 224014  | |generally remained bright since then, the
HD 224014  | |spectrum seems never to have returned to a
HD 224014  | |type as early as F8.  Estimates between
HD 224014  | |1971 and 1978 range between G0 and G5
HD 224014  | |(Morgan, Abt, Keenan, Tapscott 1980).
#
HD 224085  | |= II Peg
HD 224085  | |This transition star between the RS CVn and
HD 224085  | |the BY Dra variables is assigned luminosity
HD 224085  | |class IV because the spectrum suggests a
HD 224085  | |position above the main sequence.
#
#
HD 224930  |+|large pm
HD 38B     |+|large pm, Srn of 6" pair
HD 1326    |+|large pm
HD 1461    |+|large pm
HD 1835    |+|large pm
HD 2141    |+|large pm
DL Cas     |+|in NGC 129
HD 236446  |+|NGC 129 Kraft AB
HD 236449  |+|NGC 129 Kraft AA
HD 3546    |+|large pm
HD 3627    |+|large pm
HD 3651    |+|large pm
HD 3765    |+|large pm
HD 4128    |+|beta Cet
HD 4614B   |+|lines wk in blue
HD 4614A   |+|large pm
HD 6497    |+|large pm
HD 6582    |+|large pm
HD 6805    |+|large pm
HD 6860    |+|large pm
HD 6953    |+|large pm
HD 7672    |+|CaIIem, large pm
HD 236697  |+|in NGC 457
HD 8512    |+|large pm
HD 9053    |+|large pm
HD 9138    |+|large pm
HD 9362    |+|large pm
BD+59 274  |+|in NGC 581
HD 9729    |+|large pm
HD 9712    |+|large pm
HD 9927    |+|large pm
HD 10307   |+|large pm
HD 10647   |+|large pm
HD 10476   |+|large pm
HD 10436   |+|large pm
HD 10700   |+|large pm
HD 10697   |+|large pm
HD 11092   |+|brighter of 35" pair
HD 11695   |+|large pm
HD 11937   |+|large pm
HD 12274   |+|large pm
GJ 83.1    |+|large pm
HD 12533   |+|gamma And A
HD 12929   |+|Hamal, large pm
HD 13136   |+|KK Per
HD 13445   |+|large pm
HD 13530   |+|large pm
HD 14129   |+|large pm
HD 13974   |+|large pm
HD 14404   |+|PR Per
HD 14469   |+|SU Per
HD 14488   |+|RS Per, spec var?
HD 14802   |+|large pm
HD 16160   |+|large pm
HD 16068   |+|nonmember Trumpler 1
HD 16815   |+|large pm
HD 17361   |+|large pm
HD 17652   |+|large pm
HD 17506   |+|brighter of 29" pair
HD 18322   |+|large pm
HD 18474   |+|Hdel-1
HD 18884   |+|alpha Cet, spec var?
HD 18907   |+|large pm
HD 19058   |+|rho Per, large pm
HD 19305   |+|large pm
HD 19373   |+|large pm
HD 19476   |+|large pm
HD 19787   |+|large pm
HD 19810   |+|large pm
HD 20084   |+|large pm
HD 20619   |+|large pm
HD 20630   |+|large pm
HD 20766   |+|large pm
HD 20794   |+|large pm
HD 20807   |+|large pm
HD 21018   |+|brighter of 1" pair
HD 22049   |+|large pm
HD 22072   |+|large pm
HD 22484   |+|large pm
HD 23249   |+|large pm
HD 23697   |+|brighter of 4" pair
HD 23817   |+|large pm
HD 24555   |+|Srn of 7" pair
HD 25025   |+|large pm
HD 25329   |+|large pm
HD 26722   |+|1" cpm pair
HD 26965   |+|large pm
HD 27277   |+|in NGC 1545
HD 27292   |+|in NGC 1545
HD 27371   |+|Hyades, gamma Tau
HD 27697   |+|Hyades, delta Tau
HD 28099   |+|Hyades, H&K sl weak
HD 28100   |+|non-Hyad, pi Tau
HD 28292   |+|non-Hyad, 75 Tau
HD 28305   |+|Hyades, epsilon Tau
HD 28307   |+|Hyades, theta-1 Tau
HD 29085   |+|large pm
HD 283750  |+|CaII em, large pm
HD 29139   |+|Aldebaran, large pm
HD 29503   |+|brighter of 1" cpm pair
HD 29613   |+|large pm
HD 232979  |+|large pm
HD 29712   |+|R Dor
HD 30495   |+|large pm
HD 32357   |+|SB2, CaII em
HD 32831   |+|brighter of 3" cpm pair
HD 33555   |+|large pm
HD 33793   |+|large pm
HD 33856   |+|brighter of 7" pair
HD 34029   |+|later-type component
HD 34334   |+|large pm
HD 34411   |+|large pm
HD 34673   |+|brighter of 3" cpm pair
HD 35410   |+|large pm
HD 36003   |+|large pm
HD 36389   |+|119 Tau
HD 36395   |+|large pm
HD 37160   |+|large pm
HD 38751   |+|brighter of 4" pair
HD 39364   |+|large pm
HD 39587   |+|large pm
HD 39801   |+|Betelargeeuse
HD 40035   |+|large pm
HD 40409   |+|large pm
HD 42995   |+|brighter of 2" pair
HD 43039   |+|large pm
HD 44478   |+|large pm
HD 44537   |+|psi.1 Aur
HD 44594   |+|large pm
HD 45088   |+|large pm
HD 45184   |+|large pm
HD 45410   |+|large pm
HD 47442   |+|brighter of 1" cpm pair
HD 49068   |+|in NGC 2287
HD 49091   |+|in NGC 2287
HD 49105   |+|in NGC 2287
HD 49212   |+|in NGC 2287
HD 49500   |+|CH and CN weak
HD 50264   |+|large pm
HD 50877   |+|in Collinder 121
HD 52938   |+|in NGC 2323
HD 53705   |+|NWrn of 21" cpm pair
GJ 268     |+|large pm
HD 56009   |+|in NGC 2353
HD 56577   |+|SWrn of 27" pair
HD 57146   |+|VV Cep-type
HD 58207   |+|large pm
HD 58535   |+|brighter of 2" pair
YY Gem     |+|lines wk in blue
HD 60522   |+|large pm
HD 60898   |+|near NGC 2422
HD 60899   |+|near NGC 2422
CPD-31 1790|+|V384 Pup in NGC 2439
HD 62044   |+|large pm
HD 62058   |+|R Pup in NGC 2439
HD 62509   |+|Pollux, large pm
HD 63295   |+|brighter of 16" pair
HD 63660   |+|SB2
HD 63744   |+|large pm
HD 65345   |+|large pm
HD 65662   |+|in NGC 2516
HD 65750   |+|in NGC 2516
HD 66141   |+|large pm
HD 66342   |+|in NGC 2516
HD 68879   |+|in NGC 2548
HD 69830   |+|large pm
HD 71369   |+|large pm
HD 71701   |+|large pm
HD 72184   |+|large pm
HD 72673   |+|large pm
HD 73598   |+|in Praesepe
HD 73665   |+|in Praesepe
HD 73710   |+|in Praesepe
HD 73974   |+|in Praesepe
HD 74442   |+|large pm
HD 74739   |+|SErn of 31" cpm pair
HD 74868   |+|large pm
HD 75022   |+|cpm with HD 75021
HD 75691   |+|large pm
HD 76151   |+|large pm
HD 80493   |+|alpha Lyn, large pm
HD 81797   |+|Alphard
HD 81799   |+|large pm
HD 81809   |+|large pm, 0".4 pair
HD 82381   |+|brighter of 37" pair
HD 82885   |+|large pm
HD 84117   |+|large pm
HD 84737   |+|large pm
HD 85503   |+|large pm
HD 85859   |+|large pm
HD 86728   |+|large pm
BD+14 2203 |+|type M9 wrong
HD 88230   |+|large pm
HD 88284   |+|large pm
HD 89010   |+|large pm
HD 89484   |+|NWrn of 4" pair
HD 89485   |+|SErn of 4" pair
AD Leo     |+|large pm
HD 89845   |+|EV Car
HD 90362   |+|large pm
HD 90432   |+|large pm
HD 90508   |+|large pm
HD 90537   |+|large pm
HD 90586   |+|brighter of 12" pair
HD 92036   |+|large pm
HD 93813   |+|large pm
HD 94264   |+|large pm
HD 95128   |+|large pm
HD 95272   |+|large pm
HD 95689   |+|brighter of 1" cpm pair
HD 95735   |+|large pm
HD 95808   |+|large pm
HD 96700   |+|large pm
HD 98118   |+|large pm
HD 98230   |+|ADS 8119 B, large cpm
HD 98231   |+|ADS 8119 A, large cpm
HD 98430   |+|large pm
HD 100407  |+|large pm
HD 101007  |+|VV Cep-type
HD 101501  |+|large pm
HD 101947  |+|V810 Cen
HD 102212  |+|large pm
HD 102224  |+|large pm
HD 102365  |+|large pm
HD 104979  |+|large pm
HD 104985  |+|large pm
HD 106677  |+|SB2, RS CVn-type
HD 106690  |+|Ern of 12" pair
HD 106760  |+|large pm
HD 107325  |+|large pm
HD 107328  |+|large pm
HD 107383  |+|large pm
HD 107446  |+|large pm
HD 108903  |+|Gacrux, large pm
HD 109358  |+|large pm
HD 111812  |+|31 Com, H&K weak
HD 112033  |+|1" pair
CPD-59 4547|+|in NGC 4755
HD 112300  |+|large pm
HD 113226  |+|large pm
HD 114710  |+|large pm
HD 114873  |+|large pm
HD 114946  |+|large pm
HD 115202  |+|large pm
HD 115617  |+|large pm
HD 116713  |+|large pm
HD 116976  |+|large pm
HD 117176  |+|large pm
HD 117566  |+|large pm
HD 118100  |+|large pm
HD 119425  |+|large pm, brighter of pair
HD 119796  |+|SErn of 9" pair
HD 119850  |+|large pm
HD 120467  |+|large pm
HD 120690  |+|large pm
HD 121370  |+|large pm
HD 122563  |+|large pm
HD 123123  |+|large pm
HD 123139  |+|large pm
HD 123569  |+|large pm
HD 123657  |+|sl var:  M4+ to M5
HD 124752  |+|brighter of 5" cpm pair
HD 124897  |+|Arcturus, large pm
HD 125454  |+|large pm
HD 125932  |+|large pm
HD 126327  |+|usually M8
HD 126868  |+|brighter of 5" cpm pair
HD 127243  |+|large pm
HD 127665  |+|large pm
HD 129456  |+|large pm
HD 129989  |+|epsilon Boo A
HD 130255  |+|or:  G9V Ba2
HD 130694  |+|large pm
HD 131511  |+|large pm
HD 131873  |+|Kochab
HD 131977  |+|brighter of 25" cpm pair
HD 131976  |+|fntr of 25" cpm pair
HD 132345  |+|brighter of 20" cpm pair
HD 133216  |+|spec sl var?
HD 133582  |+|large pm
HD 134439  |+|large pm halo star
HD 134505  |+|brighter of 70" cpm pair
HD 135722  |+|large pm
HD 136422  |+|large pm
HD 138289  |+|large pm
HD 138716  |+|large pm
HD 139195  |+|large pm
HD 139216  |+|tau-4 Ser, spec var
HD 139862  |+|brighter of 15" cpm pair
HD 140538  |+|large pm
HD 140573  |+|alpha Ser, large pm
HD 140861  |+|large pm
HD 141004  |+|large pm
HD 142091  |+|large pm
HD 142143  |+|cf 1980ApJS...43..379K
HD 142198  |+|large pm
HD 142267  |+|large pm
HD 142373  |+|large pm
HD 143666  |+|large pm
HD 143761  |+|large pm
HD 144585  |+|large pm
HD 144628  |+|large pm
HD 144873  |+|large pm
HD 145148  |+|large pm
HD 145328  |+|large pm
HD 145675  |+|large pm
HD 146051  |+|large pm
HD 146233  |+|18 Sco, large pm
HD 147379  |+|SWrn of 64" cpm pair
HD 147677  |+|large pm
HD 148349  |+|large pm
HD 148478  |+|Antares
HD 148783  |+|g Her
HD 149161  |+|large pm
HD 150680  |+|brighter of 2" cpm pair
HD 151288  |+|large pm
HD 153210  |+|large pm
HD 154417  |+|large pm
HD 155603  |+|brtst in compact cl
HD 156014  |+|alpha Her A
HD 157910  |+|brighter of 33" cpm pair
HD 158614  |+|1" large cpm pair
HD 159966  |+|large pm
HD 160269  |+|brighter of 2" cpm pair
HD 160346  |+|large pm
HD 160371  |+|BM Sco in NGC 6405
HD 161096  |+|large pm
HD 161239  |+|large pm
HD 161797  |+|large pm
HD 163217  |+|brighter of 2" cpm pair
HD 163755  |+|NWrn of 5" cpm pair
HD 163917  |+|large pm
HD 164461  |+|large pm
HD 165135  |+|large pm
HD 165341  |+|70 Oph A, large pm
HD 165438  |+|large pm
HD 165634  |+|HK+1 em
HD 165687  |+|large pm
HD 166229  |+|large pm
HD 168322  |+|large pm
HD 168723  |+|large pm
HD 168815  |+|NErn of 10" trio
HD 169414  |+|large pm
HD 169916  |+|large pm
HD 170174  |+|in NGC 6633
BD+06 3796 |+|in NGC 6633
BD+06 3798 |+|in NGC 6633
HD 170693  |+|large pm
HD 170820  |+|in IC 4725
HD 170970  |+|cf 1980ApJS...43..379K
HD 171443  |+|large pm
HD 234677  |+|strong CaIIem, large pm
HD 172380  |+|XY Lyr
HD 175225  |+|large pm
HD 175306  |+|brighter of 36" cpm pair
HD 175588  |+|delta-2 Lyr
HD 176051  |+|brighter of 1" cpm pair
HD 177716  |+|large pm
HD 178428  |+|large pm
HD 180617  |+|large pm
HD 180711  |+|large pm
HD 181276  |+|large pm
HD 181984  |+|large pm
HD 182488  |+|large pm
HD 182572  |+|large pm
HD 183439  |+|large pm
HD 184406  |+|large pm
HD 184467  |+|large pm
HD 185144  |+|large pm
HD 185351  |+|large pm
HD 185622  |+|brighter of 29" pair
HD 186408  |+|16 Cyg A, large pm
HD 186427  |+|16 Cyg B, large pm
HD 186648  |+|large pm
HD 186776  |+|spec sl var?
HD 188088  |+|large pm
HD 188119  |+|brighter of 3" pair
HD 350801  |+|in Harvard 20
HD 188310  |+|large pm
HD 188376  |+|large pm
HD 188512  |+|large pm
G 208-44   |+|Wrn of 7" cpm pair
HD 190788  |+|brighter of 34" pair
HD 191026  |+|large pm
HD 191046  |+|large pm
HD 191511  |+|SWrn of 15" pair
HD 192713  |+|weak H&K comp?
HD 192947  |+|alf-2 Cap
BD+37 3865 |+|foreground of IC 4996
HD 194241  |+|near NGC 6910
HD 195564  |+|large pm
HD 196197  |+|SErn of 24" pair
HD 196610  |+|spec var:  M6- to M6+
HD 196755  |+|large pm
HD 196761  |+|large pm
HD 196795  |+|close pair, large pm
HD 197177  |+|brighter of 3" pair
HD 197481  |+|AU Mic, large pm
HD 197752  |+|large pm
HD 197912  |+|brighter of 6" pair
HD 197989  |+|large pm
HD 198149  |+|large pm
HD 199870  |+|large pm
HD 200527  |+|or:  S4/1III
HD 201091  |+|61 Cyg A, large pm
HD 201092  |+|61 Cyg B, large pm
HD 202560  |+|AX Mic, large pm
HD 203504  |+|brighter of 36" cpm pair
HD 204381  |+|large pm
HD 204585  |+|brighter of 41" pair
HD 204599  |+|brighter of 11" pair
HD 204613  |+|large pm
HD 205512  |+|large pm
HD 205905  |+|large pm
HD 206301  |+|large pm
HD 206936  |+|mu Cep
HD 206952  |+|large pm
HD 207328  |+|in field of IC 1396
HD 209290  |+|large pm
HD 211391  |+|large pm
HD 212062  |+|spec var
HD 212496  |+|large pm
HD 212943  |+|large pm
HD 214376  |+|large pm
HD 214665  |+|brighter of 32" pair
HD 214850  |+|large pm
HD 214952  |+|beta Gru, large pm
HD 216131  |+|large pm
HD 216228  |+|large pm
HD 216640  |+|large pm
HD 216803  |+|large pm
HD 217014  |+|large pm
HD 217476  |+|V509 Cas, 1950-1957
HD 217476  |+|V509 Cas, 1970-1987
HD 217906  |+|spec sl var, large pm
HD 218031  |+|large pm
HD 218356  |+|HKem1, cool component
HD 218527  |+|large pm
HD 218738  |+|Wrn of 16" cpm pair
HD 219134  |+|large pm
HD 219215  |+|large pm
HD 219449  |+|large pm
HD 219615  |+|large pm
HD 219916  |+|brighter of 3" cpm pair
HD 220321  |+|large pm
HD 220954  |+|large pm
HD 221148  |+|large pm
BD+48 4065 |+|in NGC 7686
HD 221203  |+|in NGC 7686
HD 221246  |+|in NGC 7686
HD 222404  |+|large pm
PZ Cas     |+|spec var
GJ 908     |+|large pm
HD 223778  |+|large pm
HD 224014  |+|rho Cas, 1971 to 1978
HD 224085  |+|II Peg, large pm
HD 224364  |+|brighter of 3" pair
HD 224618  |+|large pm
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