RENSON P., GERBALDI M., CATALANO F.A. Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 89, 429-434 (1991) RENSON P. Bull. Inf. CDS 40, 1992 (in press)
*AL=alpha *IO=iota *RH=rho *BE=beta *KA=kappa *SI=sigma *GA=gamma *LA=lambda *TA=tau *DE=delta *MU=mu *UP=upsilon *EP=epsilon *NU=nu *PH=phi *DZ=dzeta *XI=xi *KH=chi *ET=eta *OI=omicron *PS=psi *TH=theta *PI=pi *OE=omega
'*' = Note or remark of various nature, e.g. about the spectrum. 'N' = Other designations (see also notes A, D, V) B for number in L. Boss's "Preliminary General Catalogue" W for number in Wilson's General Cat. of Stellar Radial Velocities (1953) Second DM number 'D' = Note concerning duplicity: ADS (Aitken's catalogue) designation, magnitude and angular distance of the companion 'A' = Note concerning clustering: cluster, group or association to which the star belongs, at least optically; star identification number(s) in the cluster or association. 'V' = Note about variability: variable name; nature of the variability, if known, when it is not of the alpha CVn type. 'P' = Note about the known or proposed period observed for the variations of: - the luminosity and/or colours (L) - the magnetic field (M) - the intensity of spectral lines (S) - the radial velocity computed from peculiar element lines. (V) 'B' = Note about binarity: V.R.V. stands for Variable Radial Velocity P provides the period of Spectrocopic Binaries, and E the eccentricity 'H' = Note about magnetic field: extreme values measured for the effective magnetic field (defined in Babcock, Astrophys. J. Suppl. 3, 141, 1958), followed by the number of measurements within brackets 'R' = Note concerning the rotational velocity; value of the projected equatorial velocity (v sin i) 'S' = Remarks concerning Stroemgren's Photometry uvbyH-beta 'C' = Note about detection criteria, when the p or m feature is not confirmed with classical spectroscopy. Used abbreviations: UV = ultraviolet spectrophotometry (satellite obs.) GEN = Geneva 7-colour photometry MTZ = H.M. Maintzen's photometry, Astron. Astrophys. 51, 223 (1976)
/ denotes a star improperly considered Ap or Am ? doubtful nature * well-known Ap or Am star ' ' other cases
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