Complement to V/67

Details concerning star 1140

 01  1140                  BD+24 2592            HD 117555
     SAO 82867             ADS 8929 C            AGK3+24 1389
     FK Com                GC 18264              GCRV 64172
     IDS 1326.1+2445
 02  13 30 46.854   0089  +24 13 58.07   186  2000.0  1986.382  1986.383   0147  0098
 03  13 30 46.868   0010  +24 13 58.10   020  2000.0  1983.6324 1983.6324  0075  0075
 04    -4053            -2390          2000.0  0147  0113
 09   8.19 V  0121
 10  RS CVn-like variable (Ref.0111)
     variation of amplitude several tenth of a magnitude (Ref.0123)
 11  G0 III pn       (Ref.0121)
 13  visual double star, components A,B,C,D (Ref.0157)
     separation A-B=19.3", mag A/B: 7.5/13.0 (Ref.0157)
     separation A-C=71.4", mag A/C: 7.5/8.0 (Ref.0157)
     separation A-D=84.6", mag A/D: 7.5/12.7 (Ref.0157)
 14  finding chart (Ref.0163)
 16  radio emission confirmed (Ref.0075,Ref.0111)
     VLA observations (Ref.0075)
 17  Hip.SPRS (Ref.0089)
     VLA programme star (Ref.0075)

Explanations


     Category          Meaning                               Units
     ****************************************************************************

        01        star designations

        02        optical position:
                  right ascension (J2000.0), m.e.,   HHMMSS.SSSS, 10**(-4) sec
                  declination (J2000.0), m.e.,       DDMMSS.SSS,  10**(-3) arcsec
                  epoch of coordinate system,
                  observation epochs in RA
                  and DEC,
                  bibliograph. reference to the
                  reference system of positions
                  (usually the FK5 system,
                  otherwise the original one),
                  bibl. reference to position

        03        radio position:
                  right ascension (J2000.0), m.e.,   HHMMSS.SSSS, 10**(-4) sec
                  declination (J2000.0), m.e.,       DDMMSS.SSS,  10**(-3) arcsec
                  epoch of coordinate system,
                  observation epochs in RA
                  and DEC,
                  bibliograph. reference to the
                  original reference system of
                  positions,
                  bibl. reference to position

        04        optical proper motion in RA        10**(-6) sec/yr
                  and DEC referred to J2000.0,       10**(-5) arcsec/yr
                  epoch of coordinate system,
                  bibliograph. reference to the
                  reference system of proper
                  motions (usually the FK5 system,
                  otherwise the original one),
                  bibl. reference to proper motion

        05        radio proper motion in RA          10**(-6) sec/yr
                  and DEC referred to J2000.0,       10**(-5) arcsec/yr
                  epoch of coordinate system,
                  bibliograph. reference to the
                  original reference system of
                  proper motions,
                  bibl. reference to proper motion

        06        optical parallax,                  10**(-4) arcsec
                  bibl. reference

        07        radio parallax,                    10**(-4) arcsec
                  bibl. reference

        08        radial velocity,                   km/s
                  bibl. reference

        09        apparent magnitudes                mag
                  for the magnitude systems
                  U, B, V, R, P, H (=Hipparcos),
                  K (=Kukarkin), bibl. reference;
                  mag(max), mag(min) for variable
                  stars, bibl. reference;
                  period of variability,             d
                  bibl. reference

        10        type of variability,
                  bibl. reference

        11        spectral type and
                  luminosity class,
                  bibl. reference

        12        optical structure,
                  bibl. reference

        13        double star properties:
                  type, number of components,
                  separation,                        arcsec
                  magnitudes,                        mag
                  sundries,
                  bibl. reference

        14        guide to finding charts

        15        guide to radio maps

        16        guide to radio emission

        17        observation priority
                      meaning of entries:
                      - Hip.SPRS: Hipparcos Superhigh Priority Radio Star
                      - VLA/VLBI programme star: Star selected for regular
                        observations by VLA or VLBI

References

0075 – Florkowski,D.R.,Johnston,K.J.,Wade,C.M.,de Vegt,C.: 1985AJ.....90.2381F

0089 – Argue,A.N.:1986,Allocation of superhigh priority to Hipparcos radio stars,cf.list of superhigh priority radio stars (SPRS), 7 Aug.1986,Cambridge

0098 – Requieme,Y.:1987,Bordeaux meridian observations,preliminary list,private communication,12 March 1987

0111 – Wendker,H.J.:1987,Astron.Astrophys.,Suppl.Ser.69,87 (A catalogue of radio stars,updated version of 25 July 1987)

0113 – Roeser,S.,Bastian,U:1988,A new star catalogue of SAO type, Astron.Astrophys.,Suppl.Ser.74,449 (Cat. I/146)

0121 – Kennedy,P.M.:1983,MK classification catalogue,Mt.Stromlo & Siding Spring Observatories,Australia. In machine readable form on file at CDS Strasbourg (36450 records) (Cat. III/78)

0123 – Kholopov,P.N.:1985-1987, General catalogue of variable stars, Astronomical Council of the USSR Academy of Sciences,Moscow, Vol.I-III (See Cat. II/214)

0157 – Jeffers,H.M.,van den Bos,W.H.,Greeby,F.M.:1963,Index Catalogue of Visual Double Stars,1961.0, Part I and Part II, Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, California

0163 – de Vegt,Chr.: 1989, Working Documents, Sternwarte der Universitaet Hamburg,Hamburg-Bergedorf,available upon request


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