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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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Simbad

108 09 31.600-47 20 33.0008 07 59.063-47 11 39.14262.807067 -7.689805 980LS 980 1.8V08 09 31.6-47 20 33 262.81 -7.69Simbad
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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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108 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980WR  +OP 580g08 09 32-47 20 341971PW&SO...1a...1SGAMMA2 VEL
208 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980WC  8OP 10808 09 32-47 20 34<III/31,51,80,133>GAMMA2 VEL
308 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980WC8    P 150g08 09 32-47 20 341966ApJ...143..770HGAMMA2 VEL
408 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980WC8  +See reference08 09 32-47 20 341968MNRAS.138..109SGAMMA2 VEL
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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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108 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980*       2.496Variable?08 09 32-47 20 341970AJ.....75..624CGAMMA2 VEL
208 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980* 1.83-0.25-0.94    08 09 32-47 20 341966CoLPL...4...99JGAMMA2 VEL
308 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980* 1.82-0.26-0.93  WR star08 09 32-47 20 341962RGOB...64..103CGAMMA2 VEL
408 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980* 1.87-0.31-0.91    08 09 32-47 20 341968PUSNO..21.....BGAMMA2 VEL
508 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980*       2.485WR star08 09 32-47 20 341971ApJ...163L..99BGAMMA2 VEL
608 09 32.00-47 20 34.008 07 59.46-47 11 40.1262.80791 -7.68900 980*       2.474  08 09 32-47 20 341974MNRAS.169..171FGAMMA2 VEL
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V/125/radvel
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
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1 980   35.0 2.5 6     1.61953Wilson, R.E.
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V/125/notes
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Photometry and Spectroscopy for Luminous Stars (Reed 2005)
Remarks on individual stars (909 rows)
 
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1 980(1.6) van der Hucht et al., 1997NewA....2..245V, report a distance
2 980 of 258 (-31) (+41) pc for this (WC8+O7.5-8 III-II) binary based on
3 980 Hipparcos parallax measurements, and conclude that it is a
4 980 foreground object before the open cluster Cr173 and the association
5 980 Vel OB2. Absolute visual magnitudes of -3.7 for the WC8 star and
6 980 -5 for the O star are derived; they conclude that the latter
7 980 indicates an O8.5 III star, as opposed to the O9 I that had
8 980 previously been assumed. This star is one of the ionizing sources
9 980 of the Gum nebula. See also Schaerer, et al., 1997ApJ...484L.153S,
10 980 who report a system mass of 29.5+/-15.9M_{sun}_, an effective
11 980 temperature of 34000+/-1500K for the O-star, and a luminosity of
12 980 logL=5.3+/-0.15 for the O-star. Eversberg et al.
13 980 (1999PASP..111..861E) report low-resolution, high signal-to-noise
14 980 ratio spectropolarimetry of this system, remarking that it has
15 980 the potential to represent a prototype of wind-wind interaction
16 980 for massive stars.
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