Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 N:  19+2+2
Object:*  (SIMBAD class: Star)
  Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad
  Note:HRI observations of the Einstein Observatory.
Stars in the field of 1E 2259+58.6: (Nos A-N, T, U, W, X)are candidates opt. counterpart, (No. B') is a companion to star B, (Nos R1-R2) are reference stars, (Nos gam, del) are 2 stars added in 1992. Maps. Ref:=1982ApJ...261L...1F byFAHLMAN G.G. , HICKSON P., RICHER H.B., GREGORY P.C., MIDDLEDITCH J. Astrophys. J., 261, 1-5 (1982) A possible optical counterpart to the X-ray pulsar 1E 2259+586. oTable 1: <[FHR82] A> (Nos A-B), <[FHR82] RN> (Nos R1-R2). Ref:=1983ApJ...274..313M byMIDDLEDITCH J. , PENNYPACKER C.R., BURNS M.S. Astrophys. J., 274, 313-326 (1983) Infrared and optical pulsations from HZ Herculis and possible 3.5 second infrared pulsations from 1E 2259+586. oTable 2: <[FHR82] A> (Nos C-D) added. Ref:=1991MNRAS.249..313D byDAVIES S.R. , COE M.J. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 249, 313-318 (1991) Optical and IR imaging of the locality of 1E 2259+586. oTables 3, 4: <[FHR82] A> (Nos E-N) added, <[FHR82] B') N=1. Ref:=1992MNRAS.259..191C byCOE M.J. , JONES L.R. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 259, 191-202 (1992) The continuing search for the optical counterpart of the enigmatic X-ray pulsar 1E 2259+586. oFig.4: <[FHR82] A> (Nos T, U,) added, <[FHR82] aaa> (Nos gam, del). Ref:=1994MNRAS.270..178C byCOE M.J. , JONES L.R., LEHTO H. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 270, 178-182 (1994) A deep radio search for the counterpart to the enigmatic X-ray pulsar 1E 2259+586. oFig.2: <[FHR82] A> (Nos W, X) added. Table 1: <[CJL94] XA> (Nos XA-XB).
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