II/68 Dearborn Catalogue of faint red stars (Lee+ 1947)

II/68/notes.dat Notes to the catalog (101 records)

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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.