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V/125/obcat
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
Catalog of star names/identifiers, positions, and cross-references, ordered by increasing RA (18693 rows)
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102 40 31.700+61 13 42.0002 36 40.669+61 00 50.73135.675745 +1.085246 7373LS I +61 303 10.8V02 40 31.7+61 13 42 135.68 1.09Simbad
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V/125/obmk
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
Collation of MK classifications (22885 rows)
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102 40 32.00+61 13 42.002 36 40.97+61 00 50.7135.67629 +1.08549 7373B1Ib  Not specified02 40 32+61 13 421978IAUC.3180S...1C  
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V/125/obubvbet
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
Collation of UBV-beta data (37962 rows)
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102 40 32.00+61 13 42.002 36 40.97+61 00 50.7135.67629 +1.08549 7373*10.79 0.81-0.33    02 40 32+61 13 421975AJ.....80..128D  
202 40 32.00+61 13 42.002 36 40.97+61 00 50.7135.67629 +1.08549 7373*10.72 0.84-0.31  H-alpha emission02 40 32+61 13 421983VatOP...2...73C  
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V/125/radvel
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
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V/125/notes
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
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1 7373(11.4) [I +61 303] The X-ray spectrum of this binary system is
2 7373 discussed by Leahy et al., 1997ApJ...475..823. Quasi-simultaneous
3 7373 H-alpha and radio observations are discussed by Zamanov et al.,
4 7373 1996Ap&SS.243..269Z. Peracaula et al (1997A&A...328..283P) report
5 7373 that 6-cm radio ``microflares'' from this system exhibit a period
6 7373 of 1.4 hours; they tentatively attribute these flares to secondary
7 7373 luminosity-driven shocks. Marti et al. (1998A&A...329..951M) report
8 7373 on deep 6-cm VLA observations of this object in an unsuccessful
9 7373 effort to search for extended radio emission. Strickman et al.
10 7373 (1998ApJ...497..419S) present the results of a multiwavelength
11 7373 monitoring campaign targeting the gamma-ray source 2CG 135+1 in an
12 7373 attempt to confirm the association of this object with LSI +61 303,
13 7373 but their signal-to-noise ratio was insufficient to establish a
14 7373 spectral or intensity correlation of the high-energy emission with
15 7373 simultaneous radio, optical, and infrared emission of LSI +61 303.
16 7373 Apparao (2000A&A...356..972A) found that the ratio of the
17 7373 equivalent width of the blue wing to that of the red wing of the
18 7373 H-alpha line shows an orbital variation, attributed to obscuration
19 7373 caused by the post-shock gas of a shock produced by the supersonic
20 7373 orbital motion of the secondary through the gas disk of the Be
21 7373 star. A study of long-term optical spectral observations is
22 7373 reported by Liu et al. (2000A&A...359..646L). Zamanov et al.
23 7373 (1999A&A...351..543Z) report an anlysis of the H-alpha spectrum of
24 7373 this system, detecting the same 26.5-day period as found at radio
25 7373 wavelengths, and finding that the peak separation of the H-alpha
26 7373 emission line seems also to vary over a time scale of 1600 days, a
27 7373 result they attribute to variations in the mass loss rate of the Be
28 7373 star and/or density variability in the circumstellar disk. Massi et
29 7373 al. (2004A&A...414L...1M) provide evidence for precessing
30 7373 relativistic radio jets in this system. Mirabel et al.
31 7373 (2004A&A...422L..29M) argue that this star is a runaway microquasar
32 7373 with velocity 27+/-6km/s.
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