APPENDIX I
The literature has been searched for additional information for the BD and HD stars in Table IV. Similar information for the
Selected Area stars can be found in Appendices I and II of Landolt 1973 (Astron. J. 78, 959). MK spectral types for the
Selected Area stars may be found in Drilling and Landolt 1979 (Astron. J. 84, 783). Abbreviations used in this Appendix include:
abs. pi = absolute trigonometric parallax; BD = Bonner Durchmusterung; CC = Cincinnati Obs. Publ. No. 18; comp. = companion;
dbl. = double; em. = emission; F = Feige; G = Giclas et al. numbers in Lowell Obs. Bulletin proper-motion lists; GC = Boss
General Catalogue of 33,342 Stars for the Epoch 1950; GCRV = General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities; HD = The Henry
Draper Catalogue; LFT = Luyten (1955); LTT = Luyten (1957); M = absolute magnitude; MWC = Mt. Wilson Catalogue of Be and Ae Stars
(Merrill and Burwell 1933); PC = Jenkins Parallax Catalogue(s) (Yale); pe. ptm. = photoelectric photometry;
r = distance; rel. pi = relative trigonometric parallax; r.v. = radial velocity; SA = Selected Areas; sp. bin. = spectroscopic
binary; sp. cl. = spectroscopic classification; sp. pi = spectroscopic parallax; T = tangential velocity; Y = Barney 1949
(Trans. Astron. Obs. Yale Univ. 20); mu = proper motion; pi = trigonometric parallax. The stars appear in order of increasing
right ascension.
HD 315 = 4 Cet = HR 11 = GC 114 = BD-03 2 = GCRV 57; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.0014s, mu(delta) = +0.003"; GCRV
gives r.v. = +13.2km/s, apparently from Christie and Wilson (1938); Abt (1970) lists additional r.v. measures; sp. cl.
B8p Si from Cowley (1968), and B8IIIp Si quoted by Hoffleit (1982); pe. ptm. by Cousins (1962): V = 6.42, B-V = -0.15,
U-B = -0.46; by Crawford (1963): B-V = -0.15, U-B = -0.46; beta = 2.707; and by Golson (1970): V = 6.45, B-V = -0.136,
U-B = -0.457.
HD 2892 = BD+00 71; star 40-0-no. 6 in Sanders (1966); pe. ptm. V = 9.31, B-V = +1.35, U-B = +1.39; HD sp. cl. = K5.
BD-15 115; Cowley (1958) discovered object to be blue, with sp. cl. B5, mu(alpha) = +0.032", mu(delta) = +0.006"; Klemola
(1962) found sp. cl. B2, mu(alpha)cos delta = +0.004", mu(delta) = +0.022", V = 10.88:, B-V = -0.23, U-B = -0.79.
BD-12 134 = NGC 246 = 118-74.1 (Perek and Kohoutek 1967, Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae, Prague); object discovered
by Herschel in 1785; called a planetary nebula by Curtis (1918), his Fig. 2; van Maanen (1929) measured motions: mu(alpha)
= -0.041", mu(delta) = +0.014", abs. pi = +0.009"; van Maanen apparently was the first to mention the existence of a
comp. about 4" distant; Minkowski (1955) indicated a double stellar nucleus, probably hot sd +G; Cowley (1958) rediscovered
it as a blue object; Minkowski (1960), more on companion. Klemola (1962) found sp. cl. = Op; pe. ptm.: V = 11.76, B-V =
-0.33, U-B = -1.24; mu(alpha)cos delta = -0.030", mu(delta) = -0.006"; O'Dell (1963) gave parameters for the planetary;
Greenstein and Minkowski (1964) gave sp. cl. = sdOfe, with M(v) = +3.
BD-11 162 = No. 352.14 in Second McCormick Catalogue of Proper Motions; Vyssotsky (1953) discovered blue nature of star with
motions mu(alpha) = -0.032", mu(delta) = -0.028"; Osvalds and Osvalds found rel. pi = -0.021", with sp. cl. = B2, concluded
object not a whie dwarf; Klemola (1962) found sp. cl. = Op with pe. ptm.: V = 11.23, B-V = -0.10, U-B = -1.10; motions:
mu(alpha)cos delta = -0.029", mu(delta) = -0.032".
HD 5505 = BD+00 146; pe. ptm. from Priser (1966): V = 8.99, B-V = +1.09, U-B = +0.96; HD sp. cl. = K5.
HD 11983 = BD-08 349; star 200-10-No. 2 in Sanders (1966); pe. ptm.: V = 8.15, B-V = +1.52, U-B = +1.82; HD sp. cl. = K0.
HD 12021 = BD-02 329; Cowley (1958) found object to be a blue star with sp. cl. = B8p and mu(alpha) = -0.009", mu(delta) =
-0.006"; Klemola (1962) found sp. cl. = B7; pe. ptm.: V = 8.86, B-V = -0.10, U-B = -0.40; motions mu(alpha)cos delta = -0.011",
mu(delta) = -0.007".
HD 16581 = BD+00 442; Golson(1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.19, B-V = -0.065, U-B = -0.269; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.192, B-V = -0.062, U-B = -0.278; HD sp. cl. = B9.
BD-00 454 = SA 94 305; Buscombe (1980) quotes pe. ptm.: V = 8.89, B-V = +1.42, U-B = +1.60 and sp. cl. = K5 III.
BD-02 524 = F 29; Feige (1958) found star to be blue with sp. cl. = B3 III and r.v. = +2km/s; chart in Feige (1959); Klemola
(1962) found sp. cl. = B4; pe. ptm.: V = 10.27, B-V = -0.11, U-B = -0.63; motions: mu(alpha)cos delta = +0.011", mu(delta) =
+0.005"; Berger (1963) gave r.v. = -9km/s and sp. cl. = B3-B5 IV.
HD 21197 = GC 4076 = BD-05 642 = GCRV 1886 = PC 712 = LFT 282 = C 453; Adams and Joy (1923) give r.v. = -11.3km/s; Abt (1970)
lists individual r.v.; PC gives pi = 0.061" and uses GC motions: mu(alpha) = -0.243" mu(delta) = +0.773"; GCRV gives r.v. =
-11.8km/s; Roman (1955) finds sp. cl. = K5V; sp. pi = +0.100", pe. ptm.: V = 7.85, B-V = +1.16, U-B = +1.16; Wilson (1962)
finds sp. cl. = K4 V and M(v) = +6.7; Stoy (1963) pe. ptm.: V = 7.86, B-V = +1.16, (U-B)c = +2.26; also Stoy (1965) pe. ptm.:
V = 7.84, B-V = +1.17, (U-B)c = +2.28; Cowley, Hiltner, and Witt (1967) pe. ptm.: V = 7.88, B-V = +1.16, U-B = +1.11 with M(v)
= 6.80 and T = 62km/s.
HD 36395 = GC 6836 = BD-03 1123 = GCRV 3349 = PC 1255 = C 683 = G99-15; Adams and Joy (1923) find r.v. = +11.4km/s; Abt (1970)
lists individual r.v.: PC gives pi = 0.163" and uses GC motions: mu(alpha) = +0.771", mu(delta) = -2.098"; GCRV quotes r.v.
= +10.9km/s; Wilson(1967) gives r.v. = +10.0km/s; a UBV standard star Johnson and Harris (1954) with pe. ptm.: V = 7.97,
B-V = +1.47, U-B = +1.21 and sp. cl. = M1 V; many pe. measures (Blanco et al. 1968); Eggen (1979) pe. ptm.: V = 7.98, B-V =
+1.47, U-B = +1.21, R = 6.85, (R-I)E = +0.85; Buscombe (1977) quotes sp. cl. = M1.5 Ve.
HD 46056 = BD+04 1291 = BAL 2666 = MWC 808 = GCRV 4169; see p. 190, Index Catalogue of Visual Double Stars, Lick Obs. Publ.,
Vol. 21; BAL 2666 from R. Baillaud's work; GCRV gives r.v. = +18km/s, notes star is sp. binary with mu = 0.017"; Abt and Biggs
(1972) list extensive r.v. values; Johnson (1955) pe. ptm.: V = 8.19, B-V = +0.18, U-B = -0.76; sp. cl. = O8; Hiltner (1956) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.15, B-V = +0.19, U-B = -0.74; M = -5.1; m-M = 11.8; also polarization measures; Mendoza (1958) lists object as a Be
star: see Table 2, p. 216; Conti and Alschuler (1971) say star in Mon OB 2 assoc. with sp. cl. = O8 V, M(v) = -4.1, in NGC 2244;
Buscombe quotes pe. ptm.: V = 8.17, B-V = +0.19, U-B = -0.75 and sp. cl. = B2 III.
HD 47761 = BD-04 1607 = GCRV 4321; Neubauer (1943) gives sp. cl. = B0ek, average r.v. = +29.0km/s, with variable velocity range
of 70km/s; GCRV quotes r.v. = +29.0km/s and mu = +0.019"; Hiltner (1956) found pe. ptm.: V = 8.63, B-V = +0.17, U-B = -0.62;
M = -2.0; sp. cl. = B2 V:pe; also has polarization measures; Mendoza (1958) found pe. ptm.: V = 8.62, B-V = +0.20, U-B = -0.67;
r = 1.51 kpc, lists object as a Be star; Buscombe (1977) quotes sp. cl. = B2 Vpe and pe. ptm.: V = 8.71, B-V = +0.12,
U-B = -0.61.
HD 50167 = BD+01 1561; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 7.85, B-V = +1.546, U-B = +1.72; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 7.861, B-V = +1.534, U-B = +1.721; HD sp. cl. = K5.
HD 52533 = GC 9248 = BD-02 1885 = GCRV 4611 = ADS 5705; GC gives mu(alpha) = -0.003", mu(delta) = +0.007"; GCRV gives r.v.
= +5.5km/s; Neubauer (1943) found r.v. = +5.5km/s; Hiltner and Johnson (1956) found pe. ptm.: V = 7.70, B-V = -0.09, U-B =
-0.95, and sp. cl. = O9 V; Stoy (1963) pe. ptm.: V = 7.68, B-V = -0.07, (U-B)c = +1.16 and quotes sp. cl. = B6; same pe. ptm.
values given by Cousins, Lake, and Stoy (1966); Conti and Alschuler (1971) say sp. cl. = O8.5 V.
HD 57884 = BD-03 1873 = GCRV 4904; GCRV gives r.v. = +55km/s, presumably from Sanford (1944); Vandervort (1958) pe. ptm.:
V = 8.40, B-V = +2.19, sp. cl. = R8; motions: mu(alpha) = +0.004", mu(delta) = +0.010"; Buscombe (1977) quotes pe. ptm.: V =
9.4 with sp. cl. = C4+,3 (from Dean, C.A. 1976, Astron. J. 81, 364); also V = 8.40, B-V = +2.19 with sp. cl. = C5,4; HD sp.
cl. = N.
BD+05 1668 = GCRV 4954 = PC 1755 = GL 273 = LFT 527 = G89-19; PC gives pi = 0.263", mu(alpha) = +0.59", mu(delta) = -3.71";
large motion announced by Luyten and Ebbighausen (1935); GCRV gives r.v. = +26km/s; Popper (1942) finds r.v. = +22km/s;
Kuiper (1942) quotes same r.v.; Joy (1947) finds r.v. = +28km/s; Eggen (1979) pe. ptm.: V = 9.80, B-V = +1.55, U-B = +1.12;
R = 8.41, (R-I)E = +1.21; UBV standard star (Johnson and Harris 1954) pe. ptm.: V = 9.82, B-V = +1.56, U-B = +1.12;
Buscombe (1977) quotes sp. cl. = M5V; Buscombe (1980) quotes pe. ptm. V = 9.75.
HD 60826 = BD+02 1715 = GCRV 5071 = CVS 1089; Sanford (1935) says r.v. = +40km/s; Sanford (1944) gives r.v. = +44km/s; GCRV
quotes r.v. = +44km/s, mu = 0.08", HD sp. cl. = Na, and notes star to be variable with an irregular period; Keenan and
Morgan (1941) say sp. cl. = C5 subscript 5; Vandervort (1958) pe. ptm.: V = 8.65, B-V = +2.46; sp. cl. = R8; r.v. = +44km/s;
mu(alpha) = +0.075", mu(delta) = -0.040"; Buscombe (1977) quotes sp. cl. = C5,4.
HD 65079 = BD+03 1848 = MWC 188 = GCRV 5276; GCRV gives r.v. = -11km/s and calls sp. bin.; quotes mu = 0.021"; Heard (1951)
r.v. = +2.6km/s; Petrie and Pearce (1961) r.v. = +2km/s; Mendoza (1958) pe. ptm.: V = 7.83, B-V = -0.14, U-B = -0.76; sp.
cl. = B2e; he calls object a Be star; r = 1.74 kpc; Stoy (1963) pe. ptm.: V = 7.83, B-V = -0.20, (U-B)c = +1.24; sp. cl. = B3ne;
Cousins, Lake, and Stoy (1966) pe. ptm.: V = 7.83, B-V = -0.20, U-B = -0.76; Guetter (1968) sp. cl. = B2:Vne; Walborn (1971)
sp. cl. = B2V(n)(e?), M(V) = -2.5.
HD 72055 = BD-06 2620; Sanders' (1966) star 820-5-no. 13 with pe. ptm.: V = 8.15, B-V = -0.13, U-B = -0.44; Buscombe (1980)
quotes sp. cl. = B8p Si.
HD 76082 = BD-00 2087 = GCRV 5854 = PC 2125; GCRV gives r.v. = +58.2km/s and mu = 0.016"; PC gives pi = +0.009" and mu(alpha)
= -0.01", mu(delta) = +0.04"; Wilson and Joy (1952) find r.v. = +58.7km/s; Abt (1970) lists individual Mt. Wilson r.v. values;
Cousins and Stoy (1962) pe. ptm.: V = 8.40, B-V = +1.13, (U-B)c = +2.20; quote sp. cl. = gK1; Priser (1966) pe. ptm.:
V = 8.41, B-V = +1.14, U-B = +1.13; Buscombe (1980) quotes sp. cl. = K0 III.
HD 79097 = GC 12691 = BD-06 2839 = GCRV 6015; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.007", mu(delta) = +0.002"; GCRV gives r.v. = +6.7km/s,
mu = 0.007"; Wilson and Joy (1952) find r.v. = +7.2km/s; Abt (1970) lists individual Mt. Wilson r.v.; Cousins and Stoy (1962)
pe. ptm.: V = 7.61, B-V = +1.63, (U-B)c = +2.52; quote sp. cl. = gM2.
HD 84971 = BD-02 2986; Guetter (1968) sp. cl. = B2 V; Kennedy and Buscombe (1974) quote sp. cl. = B3 V; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.:
V = 8.65, B-V = -0.167, U-B = -0.756; Crawford, Golson and Landolt (1971) pe. ptm.: V = 8.633, B-V = -0.158, U-B = -0.751.
BD+01 2447 = PC 2456 = GCRV 6576 = Ci 20580 = CC 580; PC gives pi = 0.128", mu(alpha) = -0.60", mu(delta) = +0.75"; GCRV gives
r.v. = +11km/s; Abt (1970) r.v. = +18.3km/s; Buscombe (1977) quotes V = 9.63, B-V = +1.52, U-B = +1.19, sp. cl. = M2.5 V;
Eggen (1980) finds pe. ptm.: V = 9.65, B-V = +1.50, U-B = +1.28, R(E) = 8.50, (R-I)E = +0.96.
HD 97503 = GC 15419 = BD+05 2463; GC gives mu(alpha) = -0.305", mu(delta) = -0.034"; Roman (1955) finds sp. pi = +0.066",
mu(alpha) = -0.293", mu(delta) = -0.030"; pe. ptm.: V = 8.73, B-V = +1.17, U-B = +1.09; sp. cl. = K5 V.
BD+05 2468; Cowley (1958) found object to be a blue star, mu(alpha) = -0.043", mu(delta) = +0.012"; sp. cl. = B8; Klemola (1962)
found mu(alpha) cos delta = -0.067", mu(delta) = -0.025"; sp. cl. = B6; pe. ptm.: V = 9.42, B-V = -0.14, U-B = -0.54.
HD 100340 = BD+06 2461; Cowley (1958) discovered object to be a blue star, mu(alpha) = -0.001", mu(delta) = +0.008"; Klemola
(1962) found mu(alpha) cos delta = -0.035", mu(delta) = +0.01"; pe. ptm.: V = 10.19:, B-V = -0.24, U-B = -0.94; Klemola
notes that the BD right ascension is one hour earlier than value given by Cowley; Buscombe (1980) quotes V = 10.13 and sp.
cl. = B1 IV-V.
BD+05 2529 = PC Suppl. 2703.1 = LTT 13212; PC Suppl. gives pi = +0.043", mu(alpha) = +0.20", mu(delta) = -0.46"; Mumford (1956)
sp. cl. = K8; pe. ptm.: V = 9.60, B-V = +1.19; M = 8.0; Wilson (1967) r.v. = +18.7km/s, and pe. ptm.: (R-I)c = +0.52.
Buscombe (1977) quotes V = 9.59, B-V = +1.24, U-B = +1.18, sp. cl. = K8 V.
HD 118246 = BD-05 3730; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.07, B-V = -0.16, U-B = -0.628; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.062, B-V = -0.158, U-B = -0.629; Buscombe (1980) quotes V = 8.0, B-V = -0.15, U-B = -0.61, sp. cl. = B5e and
calls it a variable.
BD+02 2711; Cowley (1958) discovered object to be blue; sp. cl. = B8; Klemola (1962) found sp. cl. = B4, mu(alpha) cos delta =
-0.003", mu(delta) = -0.006"; pe. ptm.: V = 10.41, B-V = -0.17, U-B = -0.69.
HD 121968 = BD-02 3766; Cowley (1958) discovered object to be blue, sp. cl. = B8, mu(alpha) = +0.006", mu(delta) = +0.037".
Klemola (1962) found sp. cl. = B0, mu(alpha) cos delta = +0.004", mu(delta) = +0.049"; pe. ptm.: V = 10.31, B-V = -0.19,
U-B = -0.89.
HD 129975 = BD+00 3234; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.37, B-V = +1.496, U-B = +1.856; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.363, B-V = +1.501, U-B = +1.845; Buscombe (1980) quotes sp. cl. = K3 III.
HD 140850 = BD-00 3005; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.80, B-V = +1.661, U-B = +2.02; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.813, B-V = +1.660, U-B = +2.004; Upgren and Staron (1970) sp. cl. = K2 III; note object is in Selected Area 107;
however, the star is not catalogued in HA Vol. 101.
HD 148817 = BD+00 3536; Priser (1966) pe. ptm.: V = 8.32, B-V = +1.48, U-B = +1.78; HD sp. cl. = K2.
HD 149382 = BD-03 3967 = GCRV 9530; GCRV r.v. = +3km/s, mu = 0.017"; Neubauer (1943) r.v. = +3.3km/s, notes r.v. var? sp. cl. =
B5n.
HD 157881 = GC 23592 = BD+02 3312 = GCRV 10069 = PC 3955 = LFT 1348 = G19-24; GC gives mu(alpha) = -0.588", mu(delta) = -1.196";
PC gives pi = 0.125", mu(alpha) = -0.587", mu(delta) = -1.196"; GCRV gives r.v. = -28.3km/s; Adams (1915) r.v. = -27.8k/s;
Wilson (1967) r.v. = -21.4km/s; Wilson (1962) pi = 0.125", M(v) = +8.1; Cowley, Hiltner and Witt (1967) sp. cl. = K7 V;
Johnson and Harris (1954) UBV std. star whose pe. ptm.: V = 7.54, B-V = +1.36, U-B = +1.26; many, many references in Blanco
et al. (1968). Eggen (1979) pe. ptm.: V = 7.60, B-V = +1.36, U-B = +1.25; R(E) = 6.68, (R-I)E = +0.60; Cousins and
Stoy (1963) pe. ptm. V = 7.52, B-V +1.37, U-B = +1.26.
HD 16023"3 = BD+04 3467 = GCRV 10191; GCRV r.v. = +3.5km/s; noted to be SB; mu = 0.023; list magn. as 8.6; Neubauer (1943) r.v. =
-24.3km/s; Petri and Pearce (1961) note var. r.v. adn give average r.v. = +28km/s; Morgan, Code and Whitford (1955) sp. cl. =
B1 V. My photometry indicates a constant V magn. over 28 months; does the quoted GCRV magn. indicate a possible eclipsing
system?
BD+04 3508; Hogg and Kron (1955) star no. 91; pe. ptm.: V = 9.33, B-V = +1.736, U-B = +2.10; quote sp. cl. = K3.
HD 161961 = BD-02 4458 = GCRV 10302; GCRV r.v. = -11km/s, mu = 0.032"; Sanford and Merrill (1938) r.v. = -3km/s; Neubauer (1943)
r.v. = -13.0km/s, sp. cl. = B1sk; Wilson and Joy (1950) r.v. = -6.0km/s; Guetter (1964) pe. ptm.: V = 7.89, B-V = +0.23,
U-B = -0.67; r = 2.47 kpc; sp. cl. = B0.5 III.
BD+04 3561a = Barnard's Star = PC 4098 = CC 1069 = Ci20 1069 = LFT 1385 = GL 699 = G140-24; PC gives pi = +0.545: and mu(alpha) =
-0.72", mu(delta) = +10.27"; Adams and Joy (1923) r.v. = -107km/s; Munch (1944) r.v. = -111km/s; Wilson (1967) r.v. =
-106.6km/s; Johnson and Morgan (1953) sp. cl. = M5 V; a UBV std. star, pe. ptm.: V = 9.54, B-V = +1.74, U-B = +1.29; Eggen
(1979) pe. ptm.: V = 9.54, B-V = +1.57 (5 and 7 transposed?), U-B = +1.30, R(E) = 8.09, (R-I)E = +1.26.
HD 170493 = BD-01 3500 = PC 4254 = GCRV 10958 = CC 2425 = Ci18 2425; PC gives pi = +0.051" and mu(alpha) = +0.14", mu(delta) =
-0.21"; GCRV gives r.v. = -53.3km/s; Wilson and Joy (1950) r.v. = -52.8km/s; Johnson and Knuckles (1957) pe. ptm.: V = 8.05,
B-V = +1.10, U-B = +1.06; sp. cl. = K5; Nikonov et al. (1957) pe. ptm.: V = 8.05, B-V = +1.09; sp. cl. = dK4; Buscombe (1977)
quotes sp. cl. = K5 V.
HD 173637 = BD-08 4702 = GCRV 11220; GCRV r.v. = -46km/s, mu = 0.022"; Neubauer (1943) r.v. = -46km/s; sp. cl. = B0e, note says
"almost continuous" spectrum; Morgan, Code, and Whitford (1955) sp. cl. = B1 IV; Hiltner and Iriate (1955) pe. ptm.: V = 9.35,
B-V = +0.28, U-B = -0.66; M = -3.2, (m-M) = 10.9.
HD 175544 = BD+00 4055 = GCRV 11377; GCRV gives r.v. = -4km/s and notes that star is a dbl. line SB; mu = 0.036"; Neubauer (1943)
r.v. = -4.1km/s; Petrie and Pearce (1961) avg. r.v. = -16km/s; Thackeray and Tatum (1966) avg. r.v. = -12.9km/s with orbital
solution, P = 1.98575d; Hiltner (1956) sp. cl. = B3 V, pe. ptm.: V = 7.35, B-V = +0.10, U-B = -0.64; M = -1.5, (m-M) = 8.0;
also gave polarization measures.
HD 184914 = BD-04 4855; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.16, B-V = +1.197, U-B = +0.927; HD sp. cl. = K5; Crawford, Golson, and
Landolt (1971) pe. ptm.: V = 8.168, B-V = +1.194, U-B = +0.935.
HD 188934 = BD-00 3883 = GCRV 12300; GCRV r.v. = +57km/s; Sanford (1924,1935,1944) r.v. = +56.6, +56, +57km/s, respectively; sp.
cl. = R3 in (1924) and R4 in (1944); Vandervort (1958) r.v. = +57km/s; mu(alpha) = -0.008", mu(delta) = -0.013"; sp. cl. = R8;
pe. ptm.: V = 9.31, B-V = +2.06; Mendoza and Johnson (1965) pe. ptm.: V = 9.37, B-V = +2.01, U-B = +2.10, U-V = +4.11,
V-R = +1.40, V-I = +2.37, V-J = +3.16, V-K = +4.22, V-L = +4.11; sp. cl. = R8; B.C. = -1.54, Teff = 3390 K; diameter = 0.0007";
recall that just quoted colors are Johnson colors, not Cousin-Kron as in Table IV in this paper.
HD 191639 = HR 7709 = GC 27998 = BD-09 5382 = GCRV 12530; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.003", mu(delta) = 0.000"; GCRV gives r.v. =
-7km/s; Plaskett and Pearce (1931) r.v. = -7.2km/s; Morgan, Code, and Whitford (1955) sp. cl. = B1 V; Cousins (1964) pe. ptm.:
V = 6.48, B-V = -0.16, U-B = -0.92; Lesh (1968) distance = 863 pc; Hoffleit (1982) notes on p. 434 say star is var., with
amplitude 0.3V, 0.09U, 16.82-day period; magnetic variable.
HD 196395 = BD-01 4014; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.72, B-V = +1.659, U-B = +2.043; Crawford, Golson, and Landolt (1971) pe.
ptm.: V = 8.722, B-V = +1.653, U-B = +2.043.
HD 196573 = BD+00 4558; Priser (1966) pe. ptm.: V = 7.87, B-V = +1.65, U-B = +1.99; HD sp. cl. = K5.
HD 199280 = HR 8014 = GC 29212 = BD-04 5307; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.022", mu(delta) = +0.020"; r.v. = -29.2km/s; Cowley et al.
(1969) sp. cl. = B8 Vn; Cousins (1962) pe. ptm.: V = 6.56, B-V = -0.10, U-B = -0.28; Crawford (1963) pe. ptm.: B-V = -0.08,
U-B = -0.33; H beta = +2.787; also see Hoffleit (1982), where some quoted values differ slightly.
HD 200340 = HR 8054 = GC 29377 = BD-01 4095; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.003", mu(delta) = 0.000"; r.v. = -11.8km/s, var. vel.;
Kennedy and Buscombe (1974) quote sp. cl. = B6 V from Cowley et al. (1969), but I could not verify; Crawford (1963) pe. ptm.:
B-V = -0.10, U-B = -0.47, H beta = +2.700; Cousins (1964) pe. ptm.: V = 6.49, B-V = -0.10, U-B = -0.48; also see Hoffleit
(1982), where some quoted values differ slightly.
HD 205556 = BD+04 4703; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.32, B-V = -0.058, U-B = -0.354; HD sp. cl. = B9; Crawford, Golson, and
Landolt (1971) pe. ptm.: V = 8.318, B-V = -0.057, U-B = -0.362.
HD 209796 = BD+00 4820; Golson (1970) pe. ptm.: V = 8.94, B-V = +1.206, U-B = +1.169; HD sp. cl. = K2; Crawford, Golson, and
Landolt (1971) pe. ptm.: V = 8.934, B-V = +1.208, U-B = +1.161.
HD 210894 = BD-05 5735; Sanders (1966) star 2220-5, no. 6; pe. ptm.: V = 9.14, B-V = +1.35, U-B = +1.41; HD sp. cl. = K2.
HD 216135 = BD-14 6357 = F 107; Cowley (1958) discovered star to be blue, sp. cl. = B8; Feige (1958) also found blue nature of
star and provided chart (Feige 1959); Klemola (1962) found mu(alpha) cos delta = -0.020", mu(delta) = -0.016"; sp. cl. = B3;
pe. ptm.: V = 10.13, B-V = -0.13, U-B = -0.59.
BD+01 4774 = GC 33053 = PC 5763 = Ci 18 3124 = GL 908 = G29-68 = LFT 1828 = Y 20 8164 = Ci 20 1454+; GC gives mu(alpha) = +0.980",
mu(delta) = -0.962"; PC gives pi = +0.160"; Johnson and Morgan (1953): a UBV std. star; sp. cl. = M2 V; pe. ptm.: V = 8.98,
B-V = +1.48, U-B = +1.09; Wilson (1967) r.v. = -65.3km/s; Buscombe (1977) quotes sp. cl. = M2 Ve; Eggen (1979) pe. ptm.:
V = 8.98, B-V = +1.50, U-B = +1.08, R(E) = 7.94, (R-I)E = +0.865.