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[vsnet-id 137] New carbon stars



     In the latest issue of the Publications of the National Astronnomical
Observatory of Japan, Soyano and Maehara present their seventh (and final)
list of carbon stars in the northern Milky Way.  Below I have extracted the
sixty-four stars not already in the 1989 Stephenson carbon-star catalogue
(a few CGCS objects were overlooked by the authors) and show improved equinox
2000 positions and other IDs.  Using the Strasbourg VizieR utility, I compared
the list against the GSC-ACT, USNO-A2.0, the IRAS point-source catalogue, and
the GCVS 4.1/NSV/NSVS.
     Most of the stars appear in either the GSC or USNO-A, but some are
evidently too faint in the blue, and so are not in either catalogue, and I
retain Soyano & Maehara's original (SAO-based) positions precessed to equinox
2000.  A few positions for variables found by Dahlmark were extracted from
Graff Williams' and my lists of precise positions for the LD variables.  The
source of the position is given in column 's', coded as indicated below.
     The V magnitudes are copied from the source list.  I will note that
the USNO-A red magnitudes for the stars are typically between 11 and 13:
these are fairly easy targets for those with modest equipment (and sky patrol
projects) to look for variability.
     By analogy with previous lists, the names for these objects should be
given in the form "Kiso C7-xxx".

\Brian



position sources:

A = USNO-A2.0
G = GSC-ACT
W = Williams & Skiff (IBVS 4450)
s = Soyano & Maehara

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1990PNAOJ...5..149S
  SOYANO T. and MAEHARA H.
  Publ. Nat. Astron. Obs. Japan, 5, 149-166 (1999)
  A search for cool carbon stars. VII. Vulpecula (l ~60deg) region.



Kiso C7  RA   (2000)   Dec     s    V      GSC       IRAS      Remarks
1     19 07 37.68  +22 54 28.4 A  15.5             
2     19 11 08.12  +27 44 06.8 A  14.6             
3     19 11 49.6   +22 43 29   s  14.6             
6     19 14 10.71  +25 17 56.3 G  13.8  2127-1935  
9     19 17 42.89  +26 16 07.5 G  12.6  2132-2837  
10    19 17 49.1   +24 41 39   s  14.9             
11    19 19 17.71  +26 31 07.3 A  13.9             
12    19 21 52.91  +31 20 04.8 G  11.1  2654-0039  19199+3114  
13    19 22 11.95  +22 34 39.5 G  13.8  2124-0724  19200+2228  NSV 11953 
14    19 22 24.4   +23 21 10   s  14.7             
15    19 23 09.80  +22 10 26.7 G  15.4  1612-1099  19210+2204
20    19 27 01.77  +23 35 59.5 G  10.3  2125-0678  19249+2329  IRC +20406
22    19 28 20.16  +25 05 57.3 A  15.7             
24    19 30 42.1   +22 51 42   s  17.4             
25    19 30 43.15  +26 18 27.4 A  15.0             
26    19 31 04.0   +24 58 28   s  15.5             
28    19 31 34.44  +24 35 51.4 A  14.0             
31    19 31 56.5   +25 22 44   s  16.3             
32    19 32 01.69  +25 19 21.4 A  15.0             
35    19 32 20.59  +27 46 20.8 A  15.2             
36    19 32 41.02  +28 06 02.8 G  14.0  2146-0738  
38    19 32 50.7   +22 55 51   s  16.1             19307+2249
39    19 32 52.08  +25 22 57.4 A  14.2             
41*   19 33 00.45  +24 42 15.3 G  13.1  2142-1545              
42    19 32 56.9   +29 09 03   s  13.7             
43*   19 33 17.86  +23 39 19.3 G   9.8  2138-0692  19311+2332  EP Vul
44    19 33 34.60  +28 54 18.7 A  13.5             
45    19 33 47.60  +27 38 27.5 G  12.9  2146-0719  19317+2731
46    19 34 27.6   +25 06 33   s  15.5             
51    19 36 50.04  +29 03 27.3 A  13.8             
54    19 38 04.06  +27 50 46.3 A  15.9             
55    19 38 05.7   +27 07 48   s  16.1             
59    19 38 18.11  +29 24 29.5 G  13.3  2150-1964  
63    19 39 38.4   +27 56 21   s  14.4             
66    19 40 11.61  +24 46 12.9 A  14.0             
70    19 40 34.86  +29 46 28.7 A  15.6             
74    19 41 23.6   +29 43 19   s  13.7             
75    19 41 31.78  +24 52 48.6 A  14.3             
78    19 41 46.0   +27 51 52   s  16.0             
79    19 42 02.01  +29 48 37.1 A  13.7             
80    19 42 20.35  +29 35 30.5 A  14.2             
82    19 42 39.6   +27 40 05   s  14.9             19406+2732
83    19 42 37.97  +29 59 33.2 G  14.3  2151-3197  
84*   19 42 40.14  +31 11 00.5 G  14.7  2656-2863              
90    19 43 13.48  +31 49 07.1 A  13.8             
93    19 43 54.7   +22 22 00   s  16.3             19417+2214
98    19 44 21.79  +30 16 18.1 A  14.5             
100   19 44 40.4   +31 02 42   s  15.6             
102   19 45 32.02  +30 15 14.6 A  14.8             
103   19 45 50.98  +22 25 41.5 A  14.9             19436+2218
104   19 46 26.13  +29 15 36.2 G  12.0  2151-4628  
112*  19 47 26.99  +28 47 41.4 A  15.4                         
113   19 47 26.3   +32 28 13   s  14.2             
118*  19 48 44.59  +26 08 20.2 G  11.4  2143-0191  19466+2600  
120   19 49 13.27  +29 31 36.7 W  12.0  2152-0824  19472+2923  V1995 Cyg
122   19 49 38.20  +30 01 29.0 A  13.1                         CGCS 4506
123   19 49 42.86  +29 37 50.4 A  14.6             19476+2930  CGCS 4507
124   19 49 51.05  +31 03 10.1 A  14.8                         NSV 12455 ?
125   19 50 05.10  +31 00 50.2 G  11.5  2669-1323  19481+3053  CGCS 4511
134   19 51 20.80  +30 41 16.9 A  15.2             
136   19 51 34.46  +32 29 23.8 A  15.9             
137   19 51 46.55  +32 31 58.1 A  15.5             
153   19 57 29.35  +30 43 13.5 W  16.2             19554+3035  V2000 Cyg
162   20 02 29.81  +29 51 40.9 W  15.3             20004+2943  V2004 Cyg



Notes:

41    southeastern of pair.
43    also CCDM J19333+2339A.
84    southeastern of pair.
112   southern? of pair.
118   IRC +30392 = C* 2801.

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